The net neutrality study prepared by J. Scott Marcus for the European Parliament conveniently missed the elephant in the room – Price discrimination (zero-rating)
Although the author referred to its work as “analytical” the study made no reference whatsoever to the most important and wide spread economic net neutrality violation – application based price discrimination such as zero-rating.
Rewheel's consultants explaining the implications of zero-rating in The Economist (GE Look ahead, 20 January 2015) » Click here
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