The European Commission has announced its intent to make large online platforms contribute to the cost of telecom networks in the form of a levy. While well-intentioned, these levies could have lasting negative repercussions for startups, the global digital economy, and the internet as we know it today. Allied for Startups and its Members are …
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What is net neutrality? Net neutrality principle refers to the way that Internet Service Providers (ISPs) manage the data or traffic carried on their networks when data is requested by broadband subscribers (known as end-users under EU law) from providers of content, applications or services (CAPs), as well as when traffic is exchanged between end-users. …
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The principle of net neutrality is under siege in the US as well as in Europe. In the US, the Federal Communication Commission voted to begin reversal of Title II rules. In Germany, Deutsche Telekom launched Stream On, a premium streaming service for certain products only and in the Netherlands, T-Mobile’s “Data-free Music” won its …
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