for a forthcoming blog post/article – I am exploring the question of which developments could radically disrupt net neutrality towards more openness?
On one hand, the regulatory arguments could chug along at a slow and bogged down by legal hurdles
On the other hand, customers and others could change the game.
I am looking for such game changers
1) The Dutch net neurtality developments - Net neutrality goes Dutch
2) The forthcoming BEREC report Net neutrality gets European Parliament backing | ZDNet UKLawless Net Neutrality vs. the “Resolution of Disapproval” – Forbes
3) The push for broadband – EU commissioner wants telecoms firms to boost broadband access
4) A new converged regulator? (for media – consumer and telecoms)
5) A new ‘alternate’ regulator - There needs to be an Alternative Communications Providers Association (ACPA or OTTA) to counterbalance the GSMA
6) FCC? – not radically disruptive but still to watch ..
8 ) Consumer issues Am I blocked or Not: Wisconsin version
9) Web providers naming and shaming – ex content providers warning customers to avoid certain networks/ISPs
email me at ajit.jaokar at futuretext.com if needed
many thanks …