Soft-Law zur europäischen Netzneutralität

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Soft-Law zur europäischen Netzneutralität

Beitragvon marcymarc » Mo 15. Feb 2016, 06:50

Im Moment findet der Abstimmungsprozess der jeweiligen Regulierungsbehörden der EU-Staaten zu den Auslegungsregelungen für die Netzneutralität statt. Die Regulierungsbehörden sind nicht für Ihre Bürgernähe bekannt. Sie haben eine Stakeholderbefragung vorbereitet, die sehr kurz ist (20 Tage Ende Juni). Wobei in August die EU-weiten Regelungen stehen sollen. Vorher kann man bereits bei www.savetheinternet.eu teilnehmen. Da sollten wir uns auch für die Gamerseite beteiligen, wenn wir nicht bald eine Pingreduzierungspauschale für online games oder einen monthly pass für einigermaßen schnelle Gamedownloads bezahlen wollen.

https://netzpolitik.org/2016/netzneutra ... iter-geht/

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Re: Soft-Law zur europäischen Netzneutralität

Beitragvon marcymarc » Mo 15. Feb 2016, 19:37

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Questions for BEREC stakeholder dialogue with representatives of end-
users/consumers and civil society,

24 November 2015 (later postponed to 15.
Dezember 2015 becaue of Brussels Lockdown)


Topic1 – Traffic management for Internet access services (IAS)

a) “Categories of traffic” and similar terms
Q: What is your understanding or view on the terms “specific categories of traffic”
and “specific content, applications or services, or specific categories thereof” in
Article 3(3) subparas 2 and 3?
b) Reasonable traffic management (TM)
Q: In your view, how can day-to-day “reasonable”TM measures performed by ISPs
in accordance with Article 3(3) subpara2, such as TM for “specific categories of
traffic”, affect the end user’s choice? It would be helpful if you can provide concrete
examples.
c) TM going beyond reasonable TM
Q: In your view, how can TM measures “goingbeyond reasonable”TM performed by
ISPs in accordance with Article 3(3) subpara 3, e.g.“congestion management”,
affect the end user’s choice? It would be helpful if you can provide concrete
examples.
Topic2 – Specialised services (SpS) vs. IAS
a) SpS and necessity to meet requirements for a specific level of quality
Q: Article 3(5) subpara 1 refers to providing SpS where“the optimisation is
necessary in order to meet requirements ... for aspecific level of quality”. What
could be the reason for implementing or offering SpS? In your view, are SpS
necessary for offering existing or new services?
b) SpS vs. content and applications provided over IAS
Q: Are you aware of a demand for SpS from end users (including business users)?
In your opinion, could content and applications provided on the IAS become akind
of SpS? How should this be assessed under the TSM regulation?
Q: If they were allowed, would you see demand for, or benefit to, end users from
the provision of sub-Internet offers (i.e. offers where the access to Internet is
restricted to a limited set of content and applications)? How should such offers be
assessed under the TSM regulation?
c) SpS effect on innovation and openness of the Internet
Q: Do you have a view on the impact of the possibility to provide SpS on future
innovation and the openness of the Internet? Do you see any issues arising with the
provision of SpS to end users?
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Topic 3 – IAS quality and implications
a) Transparency regarding traffic management
Q: What information would be beneficial for end users so that they are better
informed, e.g.regarding traffic management measures, commercial and technical
conditions and their impact on Internet access services? How should this
information be communicated to them in the contract? (Ref.Article 4(1))
b) IAS quality – speed
Q: How should ISPs describe and communicate speed of their IAS offers in the
case offixed and mobile networks? How should the different IAS speed parameters
(e.g. minimum, maximum, advertised and normally available speeds in the case of
fixed networks and estimated maximum and advertised speeds in the case of
mobile) be defined in the contract?(Ref. Article 4(1)(d))
c) IAS quality – other parameter
Q: How should ISPs describe other parameters of their IAS offers, such as quality
ofservice parameters (typically latency, jitter, packet loss) andquality as perceived
by end users? Should these parameters be defined in the contract? If so, how?
Topic 4 – Commercial practices/zero-rating and misc.
a) Commercial practices applied to the IAS offers
Q: What is your understanding of the term “commercialpractices” (Ref.Article 3(2))?
Do you think there is a demand for “commercialpractices”such as zero-rating, from
the end users’ point of view?
b) ISP practices limiting end users’ rights?
Q: Article 3 (2) foresees contractual freedom and ISPs’ freedom to conduct
commercial practices. Could you provide examples when/under which
circumstances commercial practices would limit the rights of end users? (Ref.Article
3(2) and recital 7)
c) Monitoring of traffic for the purpose of traffic management
Q: What is your understanding or view regarding the monitoring of traffic for
thepurpose of traffic management (ref. Article 3(3) subpara 2)? What should ISPs
be allowed to do in that regard under the TSM regulation?


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