Comment Neelie (Kroes)

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Comment Neelie
[...] In my view, such ideas are on their way out. Most consumers see the richness and vibrancy of the full, unlimited internet and wouldn't want anything less. So to be honest, with genuine transparency, I doubt many consumers would care to buy such a limited product; I doubt many ISPs would offer one.
Chris Marsden
It's a bit like baby milk formula - regulators should stop unscrupulous oligopolistic suppliers from supplying an adulterated product and claiming that it is 'milk' - or in this case, the Internet. Ban them from calling it the Internet if it's restricted. That's truth in advertising. Weasel words about transparency allow them to obfuscate.
Chris Marsden, 07/06/2013 10:14