Network Neutrality: American and European perspectives

On May 29, 2007

Tim Wu coined the term “network neutrality” in 2003 to describe the view that Internet Service Providers should treat all content and application providers equally, and not act to favor or block user access to particular content or services. Vigorous debate in the US has ensued on the meaning of “network neutrality” in practice, and whether policies to require it should be put in place by lawmakers or regulators.

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