Joshua J. Schroeder, Choosing an Internet Shaped by Freedom: A Legal Rationale to Rein in Copyright Gatekeeping.

In Berkeley Journal of Entertainment and Sports Law, 2 Berkeley J. Ent. & Sports L. (2013)

The freewheeling, fast-evolving nature of the internet has facilitated significant contradictions between copyright gate keeping initiatives and the FCC’s net neutrality rules.

Footnote 4 See generally, c.f. Monica Horten, Where Copyright Enforcement and Net Neutrality Collide – How EU Telecoms Package Supports Two Corporate Political Agendas for the Internet, (an example of how European net neutrality and copyright enforcement materially effect and conflict with each other).

Available at Berkeley Journal of Entertainment and Sports Law