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Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee is British, the greatest UK contribution to the consumer Internet experience is associated with his work. In consequence, much public and especially political debate on net neutrality is reactive to Berners-Lee’s pronouncements. In 2006 Berners-Lee explained: ‘There have been suggestions that we don’t need legislation because we haven’t had it. These are nonsense, because

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Privacy, liability and interception

assertion of the broader social, economic and political value of universal and non-discriminatory access to Internet resources among those connected to the Internet’. 43 He also argued that the tendency of governments in both repressive and traditionally democratic regimes to impose liability on IAPs to censor content for a plethora of reasons argues for a policy of robust non

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Towards Specialised Services?

to the issue of independent measurement research in the concluding chapter. Why this political obsession with explosions that do not exist? Critics continue to explain that telecoms companies have continually underestimated the value of peer-to-peer communications, which is their core value proposition, and have overestimated the ‘content is king’ argument that IPTV and other forms of

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