Edited by Taina Pihlajarinne, Juha Vesala and Olli Honkkila
Chapter 15: The Internet access provider’s commercial practices under the EU rules on open Internet
The success of the Internet has often been credited to its openness. Both big and small content and application providers have experienced low barriers to entry to the Internet’s open platform. As a result, creation has flourished, leading to a multitude of innovative services. However, the openness of the Internet cannot and should not be taken for granted – several factors may affect how open the Internet is as a platform, thus affecting online distribution of content and services.
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