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Books & reports
- Helani Galpaya (2017), Zero rating in emerging economies, Global Commission on Internet Governance, Paper series no.47, February 2017
- Chris Locke, Jonathan Donner, Bryan Pon, Savita Bailur, Francis Hook, Amba Kak, (2016) Digital Access in Africa, Caribou Digital & UKAID report here.
- Luca Belli (ed.) (2016), Net-neutrality reloaded: Zero rating, Specialised services, Ad blocking and Traffic management, Annual report of the UN IGF Dynamic Coalition on Net Neutrality, 2016
- Gebhart, Genevieve. (2016). Zero-rating in emerging mobile markets: Free Basics and Wikipedia Zero in Ghana, University of Washington Information, 1-9.
- AfraSuci Ramadhon, Zero rating and net-neutrality: a platform study of Facebook Free Basics, MA Thesis, University of Amsterdam, 2016 available here
- Finally, some research on Zero Rated offers and users. And it’s surprising. By Helani Galpaya (LirneAsia blog)
- Free basic internet can succeed only if free as in beer by Eileen Yu (zdnet)
- “There has been very little independent research published in the Indian context, with perhaps the exception of Amba Kak's qualitative work in New Delhi” - Sunil Abraham (Business Standard)
- It’s a battle for internet freedom by Nikhil Pahwa (Times of India)
- Free basic negating net parity by Sunil Abraham (Deccan Herald)
- Five net-neutrality myths busted by Smarika Kumar (The Hoot)
- This Indian man has a critical question on free basics that even mark zuckerberg can’t answer (MensXP)
- Lower spectrum costs for cheaper access to the internet by Nikhil Pahwa (HT)
- Is free always desirable by Sanjay Mishra (HT)