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Pro-net neutrality Norway advises carriers to avoid zero-rating

[External article, GigaOM]
November 2014
Is zero-rating a net neutrality violation? Chilean regulators think the practice – where phone carriers offer certain web services for free, but not others – does violate the principle, and have banned the practice in that country. The European Union’s former digital chief thinks it doesn’t, arguing it’s a competition issue if anything. And now Norway’s regulators have offered their opinion, siding with their counterparts in Chile.

Flash note: Norwegian telecom regulator unambiguously states that zero-rating violates net neutrality

November 2014
20th November 2014: this week we saw two notable net neutrality developments in Europe.

Fixed-to-mobile broadband substitution
Mobile data usage in Finland
Effectiveness of MVNO remedies
Tight oligopoly markets in EU28
EU's first 700 MHz spectrum auction
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Reducing Wireless Competition in Europe
The New York Times (editorial)

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