The Economist’s technology-related articles are always written and mindful of the audience, and this latest is well pitched indeed. For the intelligent, interested but not all-knowing reader, this is a balanced view of the risks faced by the open internet that we have today. The fact that it is a viewpoint from this side of the pond is refreshing. Good on net neutrality – especially the idea that this would not be such a big issue if only the US had more competition in the telecoms market. Well recommended.
• The Economist: The future of the internet: A virtual counter-revolution
• The Economist (leader comment): The web’s new walls