fundamental principles and complexity of network neutrality: a review with examples from the United States
This article presents a review of concepts and empirical studies on net neutrality with an emphasis on socio-political and historical contingencies of net neutrality regulations in different countries. The author conducts a literature review with special reference to case studies from the United States. Apart from summarizing fundamental ideas about net neutrality, this review illustrates how the ambivalence of the net neutrality debates has developed in relation to structural complexity and tensions between stakeholders in the field of telecommunication. Finally, this review article reiterates that, reconizing local particularity of net neutrality debates will provide a strong basis for further comparative research on the issue.
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