Short (!) survey about internet interconnection

Uta Meier-Hahn meier-hahn at
Tue Oct 20 10:33:38 UTC 2015

Dear networkers in North America,

Internet interconnection is largely unregulated. However, in  some countries, public regulation has emerged – be it through transparency rules, mandatory peering or licensing terms.

Currently, we lack an overview about where regulation exists and we know little about how it affects internet connectivity on a global scale.

To start filling this information gap, I have set up a short survey for network engineers, peering coordinators and network-savvy legal staffers. The goal is to crowdsource an initial overview about formal regulation of internet interconnection around the world.

Please participate! It takes no more than 10 minutes and will serve the community: <>
I will publish the results under a Creative Commons license.

Also, please consider helping by forwarding the link to fellow interconnection professionals - think of your Facebook or LinkedIn groups, of chat channels and mailing lists. The more regional diversity, the better.

Thank you!

Kind regards,

Uta Meier-Hahn
PhD Candidate
Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society
Oberwallstr. 9 | 10117 Berlin
meier-hahn at <mailto:meier-hahn at> | T +49 30 200 760-82 | <>
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