Asia Internet Coalition recommends principle-based rules on Net Neutrality

"5G network slicing could be discriminatory: “Practices such as 5G network slicing,” AIC said, “have the potential to be used to circumvent the core net neutrality principles.” 5G network slicing lets telcos allocate resources dynamically in real time depending on demand for specific types of services. In her filing, Stanford law professor Barbara van Schewick pointed out that while discrimination in a 5G network becomes easier, the need for it also reduces because capacity increases significantly."