Network Neutrality: Classification of Arguments For and Against

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This page aims to distinguish different arguments and reasoning in the debate around network neutrality, or control over traffic transmission on digital networks. The creation of this page was prompted by a view that people arguing for and against network neutrality use multiple definitions of the term and mix together many arguments on different levels. The purpose of this page is not to air polemics, but to elucidate the various points made for and against various forms of network neutrality.


Varieties of Intervention in Internet Traffic

Differentiation by Service (Port)

Differentiation by Origin or Destination (IP address)

Differentiation by Volume or Density of Traffic

Ban on "Servers"

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