Net Neutrality is the principle that all data on the internet is transported using best effort. This includes not discriminating for origin and service. Netneutrality and whether legal obligations for providers need to exist to obey it is currently under debate in Europe and the US. The european commission frequently stated the need for data on Violations of Netneutrality - this data exists.
This map shows data from Glasnost, one of the measurementlab tools for examining your interent connection. We map the percentage of tests where violations of netneutrality was discovered worldwide. The metric to determine violations is the one previously used by the glasnost team
This map was created by Michael Bauer using several datasources: Above mentioned Data from measurementlab, Team Cymrus Whois server for provider detection and the Geolite database for geomapping IPs. Python and postgres is used for parsing, filtering and analyzing the data. jvectormap is used for visualization. More details on github
This map wouldn't be possible if I didn't have support from these people: Thomas Lohninger, thanks for the initial push and feedback; Leonhard Preis and "Initiative für Netzfreiheit" thanks for the server resources (700Gig is a lot of data); Andreas Demmelbauer, thanks for the design overhaul.
Data covers the period from to .
All data produced and used in this project is licensed creative commons zero (CC0) - this means do whatever you want with it - it's free. You can download the current data used from the json subdirectory.