Internet Society Finds the ‘Sender Pays’ Rule to Have Profound Negative Effects and Recommends That the ‘Network Usage Fee’ System Be Rejected

by | Aug 19, 2022 | Net Neutrality, Press Release | 0 comments

On August 9, Internet Society published an Internet impact brief on South Korea’s interconnection rules titled ‘Internet Impact Brief: South Korea’s Interconnection Rules’. The brief recommended that the most recently proposed revisions to the Telecommunications Business Act(TBA) “be rejected, and instead that the 2020 amendments to the TBA and the Interconnection Standards for Telecommunication Facilities are revised to align with global norms for Internet interconnection and service delivery based on voluntary collaboration.”


*This is a partial translation of Open Net’s original statement in Korean. You can find the full Korean version here. Contact us at for more information.


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