The issue has reached prominence in Europe, the US and other markets, but where does South Africa stand on the subject of network neutrality? By Carmen Cupido.
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The Internet Service Providers’ Association has strongly criticised communications regulator Icasa for attempting to “micromanage” the sector.
Released five years after Icasa tried to license access to the spectrum for broadband services, the final policy is not dissimilar to what the communications regulator originally intended.
In this episode of the podcast, TechCentral interviews Dominic Cull on the contentious Films and Publications Amendment Bill, which he warns contains serious flaws that could cause big headaches for online content creators and Internet service providers.
The communications regulator’s decision to investigate competition in the provision of mobile broadband services is “perhaps the most important regulatory process that Icasa has ever undertaken”, an industry body said.
Vodacom simply doesn’t have the network capacity to be able to sell access to its network on a wholesale basis to South African Internet service providers, CEO Shameel Joosub said on Thursday.
The Internet Service Providers’ Association has urged the Competition Commission to force South Africa’s mobile network operators to open their networks on a wholesale basis to ISPs.
The Internet Service Providers’ Association (Ispa) on Thursday slammed communications regulator Icasa’s new call termination rate regime, saying it favours the industry’s larger players.
The Films and Publications Amendment Bill raises serious freedom-of-speech concerns and should be rewritten, the Internet Service Providers’ Association said on Thursday. Describing the bill as a “classic example of good
Government has not given up on a plan to enforce network neutrality rules on South African operators, despite there being no reference to the controversial subject in the Electronic Communications Amendment Bill