An ethnography of (im)mobility, space, and cross-border infrastructures in the Balkans
by Dimitris Dalakoglou
An ethnographic and historical study of the main Albania-Greece highway, exploring the post-Cold War political and cultural transformation of Europe through the examination of cross-border infrastructure.
This book explains net neutrality battles in Europe, the United States and in developing countries such as India. He explains its history, engineering, policy challenge, legislation and regulation, dividing it into its negative/'lite' and positive/'heavy' elements: Specialized Services for video over the Internet, and zero rating plans.