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What is “Net Neutrality”?
 Net neutrality is the principle, that internet service providers and
governments should treat ...
How do net neutrality shape the internet?
 Web users are free to connect to whatever website or
service they want.
 ISPs...
What will happen if there is no net neutrality?
If there is no Net Neutrality,
 ISPs will have the power to shape interne...
State of Net neutrality in India
 The telecom companies of in India are trying to lobby the
TRAI(telecom regulatory autho...
Why are telecom operators fighting for net neutrality ?
What we should demand as Indian citizens ?
 Freedom: we should be able to access information on
the terms we choose and n...
Save the internet(www.savetheinternet.in) is an Indian website
made for the battle against the discrimination of the
inte...
“More than any other invention of our time, the Internet has
unlocked possibilities we could just barely imagine a generat...
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Net neutrality

  1. 1. What is “Net Neutrality”?  Net neutrality is the principle, that internet service providers and governments should treat all the data on the internet equally without discriminating or charging the users on the basis of the content, site, platform, application, type of attached equipment, or mode of communication.  This term was first coined by Columbia university media law professor Tim Wu in 2003, as an extension of the longstanding concept of a common carrier. Net neutrality is the name of the movement to keep the Internet “free and open”.
  2. 2. How do net neutrality shape the internet?  Web users are free to connect to whatever website or service they want.  ISPs(Internet Service Providers) do not bother with what kind of content is flowing from their servers.  It has allowed the internet to grow into a global network and has allowed people to freely express themselves.
  3. 3. What will happen if there is no net neutrality? If there is no Net Neutrality,  ISPs will have the power to shape internet traffic so that they can derive extra benefit from it.  Instead of free access, there could be "package plans" for consumers on the OTT(over the top services and applications) such as skype, WhatsApp, Facebook, Flipkart, Instagram and many more.  Doom for innovation on the web.
  4. 4. State of Net neutrality in India  The telecom companies of in India are trying to lobby the TRAI(telecom regulatory authority of India) to in act the Regulation in such a way that will change the way we are using the internet.  Telecom operators wants to carve the internet into a bunch of sections such that we have to pay to access every single of them separately.  TRAI has put the issue on their website in a 118 long consultation paper on the OTT issue on 27th march with tight deadline of 24th April.
  5. 5. Why are telecom operators fighting for net neutrality ?
  6. 6. What we should demand as Indian citizens ?  Freedom: we should be able to access information on the terms we choose and not to be pushed into consumer decisions by large telecom companies.  If there is violation of net neutrality, we must take a proactive approach.  They should also reward ISPs that uphold the net neutrality.
  7. 7. Save the internet(www.savetheinternet.in) is an Indian website made for the battle against the discrimination of the internet. The purpose was to assist supporters of strong net neutrality in giving their own views on the matter in a legally precise manner, in order to submit a response to the TRAI before the deadline on 24 April 2015. Save The Internet initiative
  8. 8. “More than any other invention of our time, the Internet has unlocked possibilities we could just barely imagine a generation ago. It connects millions of people worldwide.” So…… SAVE THE WORLD

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