Surveying net neutrality and development: lessons from Zambia
VERONIKA KOVACS | Contributing writer, Hungarian Economic Association
Published 22 Nov 2018
Veronika Kovács examines a key trend in the gradual reconfiguration of the internet, the notion of ‘net neutrality’, and discusses how this is being challenged in developing markets through initiatives like Facebook’s internet.org. She draws upon research on Zambia as a case study for this emergent new ‘politics of the internet’.
PRACTICE AREA: DESIGNING FOR DEVELOPMENT
FOCUS: TECHNOLOGY & NET NEUTRALITY
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