Comment Neelie (Kroes)

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Comment Neelie
[...] On net neutrality, I want to ensure that Internet users can always choose full Internet access—if that's what they want.
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James Losey
By making an open vs. closed Internet a "choice" for users could this not create market incentives where Internet service providers offer one price for some services and a higher price for openess that you highlight as important? Secondly, while the Digital Agenda grapples with the simplifying the content licencing paradigm in the EU by moving towards Community wide single-licensing model not pursuing a unified standard for an open Internet can create a new quagmire. Simply put, if different networks treat applications different developers face a higher bar to innovation for creating applications and services for all of Europe. See:
James Losey, 19/04/2012 16:52