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legal and technical analysts to be special, due to its decentred construction, which separated it from earlier ‘technologies of freedom’ including radio and the telegraph. It is important to recognise the E2E principle governing Internet architecture. The Internet had never been subject to regulation beyond that needed for interoperability and competition, building on the Computer I and II inquiries by

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at stake, this has to have absolute priority with regards to quality and capacity. 14 He appeared to believe that drone vehicles needed a continuous low-latency, high-speed connection via the public Internet. (It is impossible to overstate how important the automobile industry is to southern German politicians, especially his

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which a researcher works can put collegial pressure on the researcher to curb investigation into malfeasance. 17 Research into detection of violation in Europe has been deliberately blocked by potential funders, whether or not under pressure from corporate interests, while research building the technical and economic case for violation has been richly rewarded. Those academics conducting research that measures net

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Neutrality, discrimination and common carriage

regulation beyond that needed for interoperability and competition, building on the Computer I and II inquiries by the FCC in the United States, and the design principle of End to End (E2E). That principle itself was bypassed by the need for greater trust and reliability in the emerging broadband network by the late 1990s, particularly as spam email led to viruses, botnets and other risks. The E2E principle governing Internet

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Privacy, liability and interception

equivalent of the postal address for the packet. An IAP can use DPI to determine whether a data packet values high-speed transport – as a television stream does in requiring a dedicated broadcast channel – and therefore offer higher-speed dedicated capacity to that content, typically real-time dependent content such as television, movies or telephone calls using VoIP. Most voice calls and video use a

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5 Sport and EU competition law In applying EU competition law to sport, the Directorate General for Competition Policy (herein referred to as the Commission) has been caught between three powerful forces. First, the Commission has a constitutional commitment to promote and protect the free market principles on which much of the Treaty of Rome is based. In this capacity it shares a close relationship with the ECJ. The ECJ’s rulings in Walrave, Donà and Bosman have played an important role in placing sport on the EU’s systemic agenda in a regulatory form. The

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