The author argues that granting network providers pricing flexibility should reduce the costs borne by consumers.
The author argues that the claim that net neutrality must be abandoned to build special networks for streaming video is just not credible. Hence, any action on that claim is not productive.
This paper explains the "mechanics of network discrimination" i.e. "the technical motivations for discrimination, the various kinds of discrimination and how they would actually be put into practice, and what countermeasures would then be available to users and regulators" to facilitate a more meaningful discussion on network neutrality.
This paper details current proposals for network neutrality, identifies the problems with them and proposes an alternative solution to address the network neutrality "issue"
This paper discusses the concept of network neutrality (NN) and explores its relevance to global Internet governance.
This paper discusses the economics of net neutrality in context i.e. a two sided market model in which an Internet Service Provider (ISP) charges both consumers and providers of content, applications and services. A one-sided analysis of two-sided markets may easily lead to incorrect conclusions.
This research note provides a definition, background information and discusses the key issues of net neutrality.
This report evaluates the economics of network neutrality showing that the benefits claimed for abandoning the principle of standardized, open communications network are small, or nonexistent, while the likely harm to consumers and the Internet economy are substantial.
This report offers a point-by-point rebuttal of each of the major arguments made by opponents of Network Neutrality.
Net neutrality debate – presents net neutrality pros and cons – from customer and provider perspectives.