A Global Perspective on a Two-Tier Internet

My column this week on a two-tiered Internet attracted considerable attention (even bringing my website to a crawl at one point), though several people noted privately that it focused primarily on the situation in Canada and the U.S.  I’ve tried to remedy that with a piece for the BBC that includes further examples from Europe and the developing world.  The bottom line is that situation is much the same with growing pressure to block applications such as VoIP and peer-to-peer services evident around the world.

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  1. Shocking news
    I read your article on the BBC technology website. Surely the practices you outline are against Competition Law?