We must be wary of the misinformation spread by US politicians who are financed by big businesses that actively undermine telcos worldwide.
With the right technology, it is easy to determine what is happening on a network. It is difficult to understand why governments and telcos keep doing it the hard way.
Tim Berners-Lee invented the web, but he makes ill-considered suggestions for how it should be managed.
The problem with looking for ‘unreasonable’ traffic management is nobody knows what ‘reasonable’ really means.
Complaints can be a valuable source of information, so long as you realize that not every complaint is justified.
In the past, telcos had hardly any data about customers. How did they end up being portrayed as data hogs who are too willing to share their data with the authorities?
Google lowers its costs by advocating for laws that prevent telcos from invoicing Google. Meanwhile, academics are failing to state how much money they receive from Google.
Regulators should procure the systems needed to test telcos instead of telling telcos to test themselves.
An irrational hatred of ISPs is being mixed with more general fears about the loss of privacy to create a toxic brew exploited by VPN scammers.
Telcos are starting to provide free services to better compete with OTT providers and retain market share. But have they considered that free services still generate fraud leaks?