Yes, Network Fees Violate Net Neutrality

Barbara van Schewick, a leading expert on net neutrality, a professor at Stanford Law School, and the director of Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet Society has joined with other luminaries of the free and open internet to second this opinion. In her latest article, Professor van Schewick also points out that the European Court of Justice has been clear on the interpretation of the Open Internet Regulation. In four different rulings between 2020 and 2021, the ECJ considered that treating traffic differently economically constituted a Net Neutrality violation.