All But Neutral: Citizen Responses to the European Commission’s Public Consultation on Network Neutrality
Network neutrality is a complex and multi-faceted subject. Not surprisingly, consumer views toward network neutrality appear to be correspondingly complex and nuanced.
KeywordsFocus Group Discussion Test Area Traffic Management Public Consultation Network Neutrality
We gratefully acknowledge the Commission’s prompt and helpful assistance in processing the multiple choice responses.
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