India's communications regulator endorses net neutrality

Telecom regulator of world’s second largest internet market says it opposes ‘discriminatory treatment’ of internet trafficIndia’s communications regulator has endorsed net neutrality for the world’s second largest internet market in its latest recommendations.After more than 12 months of consultations, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) said it opposed “discriminatory treatment” of internet traffic, denying carriers the ability to charge more for data packages that include the use of apps such as Facebook and WhatsApp. Continue reading...

Indian telecom regulator backs net neutrality with recommendations

MUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's telecom regulator has made recommendations to ensure an open internet in the country and prevent any discrimination in internet access in a long-awaited ...

Tue 28 Nov 17 from Reuters Technology

Indian telecom regulator recommends rules in support of net neutrality

MUMBAI (Reuters) - India's telecom regulator on Tuesday recommended explicit restrictions on any discrimination in internet access as part of its much-awaited recommendations on net neutrality. ...

Tue 28 Nov 17 from Reuters Technology

Internet should be open and free, and not cannibalised, says TRAI chairman R.S. Sharma

Trai issued the much-awaited recommendations on net neutrality and has sought to bar telecom service providers from any discriminatory practice on Internet access.

Tue 28 Nov 17 from The Hindu

Internet an important platform should be open and accessible : R S Sharma , Tue 28 Nov 17 from The Hindu

TRAI backs Net neutrality

Tue 28 Nov 17 from The Hindu

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