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Cullen International Sep 4
Thomas Lohninger from - Study on in the EU & evaluation of the first 2 years of enforcement.
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Rudolf van der Berg Sep 5
Yippie KPN jas a female CEO!!... the Proximus CEO.. Oh wait she suggested Netflix and YouTube don't pay their fair share and should pay networks more. Under her tenure Belgians still have data caps on fixed, no FTTH, low data and app ....
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EDRi May 15
Today, together with 42 other NGOs, academics, and companies, we sent an open letter to European policymakers and regulators to warn against Deep Packet Inspection ⚠️ ⚠️
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Marco Torchiano 17 Dec 17
Replying to @EU_Commission
If you want to ensure then you have to address too. TLC use it extensively
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Nanjira 10 Nov 17
Is really bringing people online? One from the archives:
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Robert Somogyi May 30
Do zero-rated games constitute a health hazard in South Korea and elsewhere?
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Simon Assion (EN) Nov 21
Update on in Germany: The Administrative Court of Cologne yesterday has rejected a motion of Telekom Deutschland against a decision of regulator against Telekom´s service "stream on". (Thread)
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hernan galperin 15 May 18
Clever use of our broadband pricing research to map around the world
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Access Now Oct 31
Replying to @accessnow
Important issue for : when governments undermine & drives people to free-for-use apps instead of the open web, are they exacerbating the problems with ? Consider the situation in the and . 2/2
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Daniel O'Maley May 16
At , Jason Lambert says arrangements with telcos are a potential revenue stream for news orgs. The research I did with shows that can actually undermine independent media.
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Access Now 18 May 18
'Lessons from Global Practices on “Zero-rating”' by - relevant to discussions
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OECD Innovation Aug 24
Our latest papers look at a variety of topics including risk management, OECD country experiences with , , & more... 💻 Browse the series & download for free ▶️
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Access Now 11 Oct 17
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EDRi May 10
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International Telecommunications Society Jun 17
ready for the 2nd day of ! looking forward to hearing about the latest research on , , , , , … and to have a look at the demos on from and
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Neil Brown 13 Dec 17
Replying to @ChrisTMarsden
On , quite a divergence of approaches: some regulators have taken action, others are permitting it. Lots of good discussion in the report.
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EDRi 23 Apr 18
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Vishal Misra Sep 30
Replying to @vishalmisra
The Indian Internet landscape would have been drastically different in the absence of regulations banning . The Indian Internet story is a good example of regulations and free market working in concert to benefit consumers. This model should be followed worldwide
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Thomas Lohninger Oct 10
Replying to @socialhack
Zero-Rating has now spread to 27 EU countries and not a single violation has been prohibited. Regulators have chosen to look away and give industry a free pass to chop up the internet to sell us the pieces. and will be the battlegrounds for in 2019.
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Ewan Sutherland Jul 15
OECD - report analysing the effects of , i.e. when a predetermined type of traffic received by consumers is not counted against the download allowance of the Internet access service.
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