[IRPCoalition] Net neutrality case in Slovenia

chaals at yandex-team.ru chaals at yandex-team.ru
Sun Jan 25 01:33:45 EET 2015

On the other hand, it seems that if they were offering wikipedia, international human rights information and legal assistance websites for free, even though you have to pay for other stuff, that might also be ruled illegal.

That would be an example of "unintended conseuqences".

Or is there some reason why it doesn't happen that way?


24.01.2015, 07:30, "Mitar" <mmitar at gmail.com>:
> Hi!
> In Slovenia we have net neutrality law. And our FCC has just made a
> judgement that our ISPs have been breaking it by offering their own
> mobile services like Spotify, DropBox and Netflix clones for free (for
> other services you have to pay for mobile Internet data usage, but
> theirs you could use for free). This is a great example how ISPs can
> misuse their position to have an advantage over other services. This
> is why net neutrality is important.
> http://www.delo.si/znanje/infoteh/akos-razsodil-telekom-slovenije-in-simobil-krsita-nevtralnost-interneta.html
> Mitar
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