• India says ‘yes' to net neutrality

    2 monthes ago - By The Next Web

    It's official: at long last, the Indian government has approved net neutrality to ensure that all web traffic is treated fairly, and that internet service providers won't block, throttle, or favor any content or services. That's a result of the Telecom Commission (a group within India's Department of Telecom) approving recommendations made by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India last November. TRAI's guidelines were compiled after months of deliberation and seeking inputs from the public. It's a huge win for those who favor free and fair internet access in the country. Net neutrality...
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  • ​India threatens 'stiff' penalties as net neutrality approved: Report

    ​India threatens 'stiff' penalties as net neutrality approved: Report

    2 monthes ago - By ZDnet

    India's telecom secretary Aruna Sundararajan has reportedly approved rules requiring equal access to online content at the same price and speed, with a handful of exceptions for 'emerging' and critical services.
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  • India approved strong net neutrality rules

    2 monthes ago - By Engadget

    While America struggles to retain net neutrality protections on a piecemeal state-by-state level, India just adopted its own seemingly-strong set of rules that largely ban artificial slowing or blocking of content. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of...
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