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All Data Is Equal, But Some Data Is More Equal than Others" — The Net Neutrality Debate in New Zealand

All Data Is Equal, But Some Data Is More Equal than Others" — The Net Neutrality Debate in New Zealand

This IDC Insight discusses both sides of the net neutrality argument and the possible outcomes in New Zealand. For telcos, net neutrality is about fair competition, the ability to innovate and manage traffic. The other side of the fence is a conversation about human rights and equality. This document takes into consideration case studies from overseas markets and submissions on net neutrality that the Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment (MBIE) received recently from telcos and other interested parties. The study also considers consumers' perspectives on net neutrality from a European study.

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IDC Opinion
In This Insight
Situation Overview
Why Is Neutrality Important?
Why Is Net Neutrality a Talking Point Now?
Net Neutrality Violations Around the World
What Are the Arguments Against a Neutral Internet?
Regulation Would Stifle Innovation
Content Providers Are Putting Pressure on Telcos' Capacity and Infrastructure
Strict Net Neutrality Would Put an End to Traffic Shaping for Congestion Management
Supporters
Opponents
What's Happening Globally?
United States — The Battle for Control
India — Regulators Make Landmark Decision
2015 European End-User Findings on Net Neutrality
Future Outlook
Essential Guidance

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