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This thorough analysis of the subject of Net Neutrality demonstrates that, irrespective of how the EU sector-specific framework on NN develops, competition law remains one of the tools – in some cases the only tool – available to regulators in order to address practices that might result in the unequal treatment of Internet content.
What can EU competition law, and in particular the prohibition of TFEU Article 102, contribute to the preservation of net neutrality? The author clearly identifies the issues that this question gives rise to and discusses the principles under which they should be addressed.
She critically discusses the standards set by the existing case law and introduces a framework for the relevant market definition and the assessment of market power in markets where NN violations could manifest. The issues and topics examined include the following:-