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Jul 12, 2018
DoT approves net neutrality framework: Here's how it changes things for youTRAI's net neutrality framework includes exceptions for remote surgery and autonomous driving.
Jul 05, 2018
Reliance AGM: From polyester fibre to Jio optic fibre, RIL under Mukesh Ambani takes a digital leap of faithOverall, RIL is trying to be the Apple, Time Warner, Amazon and Verizon of India all at once in a one-stop-shop strategy; a digital Walmart, as it were
May 11, 2018
Net neutrality in the US will die on 11 June, Obama-era open-internet rules to be repealed: FCCIn December, FCC repealed open-internet rules set in 2015, which barred providers from blocking or slowing down access or charging more for certain content.
Mar 30, 2018
TRAI considers another consultation paper on regulating OTT apps such as WhatsApp, Skype and othersAs part of the consultation paper, Trai will invite inputs and feedback from the stakeholders across the telecommunication and technology industry.
Mar 06, 2018
Washington DC becomes the first US state to set its own net neutrality rules after FCC repealed the Obama-era rulingWhile several states introduced similar measures this year seeking to protect net neutrality, so far only Oregon and Washington have passed legislation
Mar 05, 2018
TRAI is expected to finalise spectrum recommendations for 5G services within a quarter: ReportRS Sharma said TRAI will focus only on light touch regulation and has given government recommendation to further ease norms for doing business.
Feb 28, 2018
US Senate Democrats launches effort to win vote to reinstate open internetThe new FCC rules, once effective, would give internet service providers sweeping powers to change how consumers access the internet.
Feb 21, 2018
FCC expected to publish its reversal of Obama-era net neutrality rules on Thursday: SourcesThe FCC in Dec. voted 3-2 to overturn net neutrality rules barring service providers from blocking, slowing access to or charging more for certain content.
Feb 20, 2018
Wikipedia's zero cost service for developing countries to be killed at the end of 2018One of the reasons for the end of Wikipedia Zero is low awareness about the online encyclopedia in developing countries, such as those in Africa.
Feb 09, 2018
Tech giants back US congressional vote to support net neutralityInternet companies say that without net neutrality protection, many Americans will have little recourse