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Category Archives: Zero rating

Great to have our research quoted. Saddened nuanced findings are lost in reporting  

We love that people read our research. But we would love it more if they try to do justice to how real people use the Internet.

Zeroing in on zero-rating in Myanmar

Zero-rating is a hot topic in the ICT policy and regulatory discourse. When a specific application or content is zero-rated, the user may consume an unlimited amount of that specific content without incurring data charges. One school of thought believes that zero-rated content acts as an on-ramp to the Internet, others argue that it violates the […]

Experiences at the Annenberg-Oxford Media Policy Institute

I recently had the opportunity to participate at the Annenberg-Oxford Media Policy Institute 2017 held at the University of Oxford thanks to the generous funding from the Ford Foundation. A variety of topics pertaining to Internet governance such as Internet architecture, net neutrality and multistakeholderism were discussed.  The sometimes-divergent views from those from those from […]

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