As part of the consultation paper, Trai will invite inputs and feedback from the stakeholders across the telecommunication and technology industry.
Understanding the Data Protection White Paper Part IX: An individual’s right to object to marketing, to prevent discriminatory AI decisions and to be forgotten
AI is being encouraged, in view of the greater perceived objectivity of an AI based decision in comparison to one with human intervention. However, errors in the programming of the AI have led to mistakes and discrimination in the decisions.
These recommendations currently apply only to Trai licensed providers like telecom service providers and virtual network operators and exclude OTT services.
The Indian telecom regulator (Trai) on Monday floated a consultation paper seeking stakeholders' view on network testing before the commercial launch of services.
Telecom regulator Trai today said it will bring out in the next few weeks its order on the revised quality of service norms for mobile services, including benchmarks for newer technologies like VoLTE.
Bharti Airtel Chairman Sunil Mittal has urged sectoral regulator TRAI to adopt a long-term vision for the industry and not approach regulations in “fits and starts” or reactive manner.
Trai has issued a consultation paper to discuss regulatory principles of tariff assessment considering the changing dynamics of the telecom industry.
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Wednesday floated a consultation paper on the much-debated net neutrality issue, seeking stakeholders view by February 15, and counter-comments by February 28.
As the call drop issue remains yet to be fully addressed, the telecom regulator on Friday issued a consultation paper seeking opinion of stakeholders on how quality of services could be improved by the telecom service providers.
Trai will issue a consultation paper to begin the process of regulating the average speed provided by mobile broadband service providers.
TRAI has asked stakeholders to comment on a number of key questions on introducing regulations, features and a numbering system to VoIP services.
The model should facilitate the un-connected and under-connected consumer to become better connected and should not allow any telecom service providers (TSPs) or large company playing a gatekeeper or biased role
Trai on consultation paper: Only 1.89 million of Facebook's 11 million claim have supported Free Basics
In yet another face-off, Facebook and TRAI are sparring over responses to a consultation paper on differential pricing for data services submitted via the social networking giant's campaign with the regulator saying only a tenth of responses claimed were actually received.
Telecom regulator Trai today said the consultation paper it has issued this week is not on net neutrality but seeks views of stakeholders on a specific matter of differential pricing for data services being offered by operators.
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) said it had received record submissions on a consultation paper for framing differential pricing rules that will decide the fate of Facebook Inc's free Internet in India.