AN ANALYSIS AND REVIEW OF BOTH THE FUNDAMENTALS OF NET NEUTRALITY AND THE IMPACTS ANY LOSS OF NET NEUTRALITY WOULD HAVE ON THE MODERN DAY USE OF THE INTERNET.
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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Abstract. As the internet has been growing over the past decade so too has the first worlds dependencies on it. Built on from the technologies that allowed a small number of computers to connect and communicate with one another to a vastly large array of data containing within it the sub total of the knowledge of the human race. Even though no one can claim ownership of the internet, due to possibilities drawn from lack of regulation, some Internet Service Providers have made intentions to put a subscription fee on being able to access the internet in its full form. This paper will define the nuances of Net Neutrality and research by what methods it can be lost, whilst providing key insight into how a loss of Net Neutrality could lead to a widening of socioeconomically gaps across the two chosen jurisdictions chosen for study: the EU and the US.
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