Should Google pay for the internet?
Governments should treat all data on the internet the same according to the principle of net neutrality.
But in reality that is not the case - not just in North Korea or China but even in the US and the UK.
David Reid looks at the how the debate is shaping up in France, where one provider cut off users from some Google content, and what neutrality means in a world wide web filled with worldwide corporations.
07 May 2013