This article discusses the underlying dynamics behind the present debate over net-neutrality, analyzes the pro's and con's, concludes that the debate is based on false premises, and proposes a better solution — end-user sovereignty — that is both open and only lightly regulated.
Noam, Eli. "Beyond Net Neutrality: End-User Sovereignty." Communications and Strategies 84 (2011): 153-173.
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