Network Neutrality: Justifiable Discrimination, Unjustifiable Discrimination, and the Bright Line Between Them

Canadian Journal of Law and Technology. Volume 6, Issue 3, p. 163.

The servers and data streams which make up the internet in Canada are owned and controlled by corporations like Rogers and Bell. These businesses have potentially enormous power to control how the internet works, and how much it costs you to use it. Should the government regulate the ways they use this power? The answer, as I argue here, is both yes and no. (Winner of the IT.Can 2007 Student Essay Competition)

Network Neutrality (pdf)

York University’s Knowledge Mobilization Unit created a “Research Snapshot” based on this article : available here.