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This fall, Verizon will try to persuade a federal judge to throw out U.S. Federal Communications Commission regulations requiring “net neutrality”—the idea that all content and applications must get similar treatment on wired and wireless networks.
But even beyond the court fight, the concept is under a diffuse and broad assault. Experts warn that the end of net neutrality would mean that deep-pocketed content providers could squeeze others out.
Net neutrality is being eroded on several fronts. New content deals and services are increasingly pushing against the concept. And a crop of emerging wireless routing technologies—ones that prioritize data in sophisticated ways—are challenging the concept that all data packets are equal.
So in some ways, the regulations are already being skirted. “There are some apparent loopholes that can be exploited, and the providers are exploiting them,” says John Bergmayer, a staff attorney with Public Knowledge, an open-Internet group in Washington, D.C. “The arguments get complex because what they are doing is more subtle.”
The FCC’s rules, adopted in late 2010 and called the Open Internet Order, set the general guidelines. Fixed broadband providers can’t block any lawful content or applications; mobile broadband providers can’t block applications that compete with their video or voice telephony services; and everybody has to reveal network management practices to public and regulatory scrutiny.
But brazen efforts to favor one content provider over others are still cropping up. The Wall Street Journal recently reported that ESPN was in talks with Verizon Wireless to exclude the sports network’s content from data caps. Verizon spokeswoman Debi Lewis says the company would not respond to rumors.
But AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson, in a talk this month to investors, suggested that this sort of thing would be more likely in the future. He described a scenario in which app developers and content providers might pay for the data used by customers: “There will be players in the ecosystem who are motivated to draw more traffic to their particular content or website. Will models emerge where they are willing to defray some of the consumers’ end-user charges by paying it themselves, either by advertising or by monetization of data? The customer allows them to monetize data? And will there be a sharing of that revenue stream in the ecosystem? I think the answer to that is yes. And I think we aren’t necessarily going to be the driver of that—I believe the content and application developers will be the drivers of that.”
AT&T and Comcast did not respond to interview requests.
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