Netherland court allows zero rated music content


Posted by on April 22, 2017  /  0 Comments

We have argued that zero rated services that don’t discriminate against providers of similar content are less problematic than the ones that do.
So, for example, a zero-rated service that allows users to stream music for free without discriminating based on who provides (produces, distributes or aggregates) the music is less problematic because music from any content provider has an equal chance of being streamed, as long as the users like it, without interference from a gatekeeper.
The Netherlands courts appear to agree – today they ruled that T-Mobile’s zero rated music service is allowed, even though it is against the country’s net neutrality rulings.
 
More info at mobileworldlive.com

 

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