15 Dec 2017

Net neutrality: what it means for New Zealand

From Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm, 1:28 pm on 15 December 2017
Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality Photo: Andrew Brookes Cultura Creative

You might have heard a bit about "net neutrality" and the US move to repeal protections aimed at ensuring a free and open internet.

The vote means internet service providers - such as Vodafone and AT&T - will no longer have to treat all types of internet traffic in equal terms.

So, what does this mean for New Zealand and your everyday internet user who might watch a bit of YouTube, Netflix or Hulu?

To explain we've got Andrew Cushen who is the deputy chief executive at Internet NZ.

 

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