"I've already been fairly critical of a lot of the discussion around the so-called fair share debate, which I think is anything but fair in the way that it's been framed."
1 / 9
"[The consultation:] the numbers and the data that they're looking for are incredibly detailed, and the definitions are incredibly poor."
2 / 9
"[The consultation:] it's poor in its assumptions. (...) it essentially assumes that increases in data traffic implicitly mean increases in costs: that largely isn't true, especially on fixed networks."
3 / 9
"The whole thing seems to be an exercise in a logical fallacy called begging the question: which essentially is almost like assuming the answer."
4 / 9
"It's not a particularly well constructed questionnaire: it is very much targeted at traditional telcos rather than, for example, MVNOs or alternative network operators."
5 / 9
"It looks to me as if [the consultation is] designed to come up with a big trawl of data (...). How much of it is comparable between respondents or over time is highly debatable."
6 / 9
"They are trying to look as if they're collecting enough information to justify a policy they have already decided on."
7 / 9
"The way the Internet works is that Netflix doesn't generate traffic, I request traffic."
8 / 9
"I decide to sit down and watch a movie: maybe I get it from Netflix, or from brand X (...). I'm sitting on the sofa 2h consuming the same number of Mbytes, it doesn't really make any difference where it comes from."
9 / 9