SaveTheInternet.in is live.

SaveTheInternet.in is live. With the rampant website blockings being conducted by ISP’s, IFF has taken the step to activate the SaveTheInternet.in website. It includes a reporting tool and petition to take this movement forward.

Guess who's back, back again? #SaveTheInternet

Over the past few months, IFF has identified violations of Net Neutrality through blocking of website access. In light of these current threats to net neutrality, it has taken the step to activate the SaveTheInternet.in website.

Supporting Innovation through organisational support

Innovation is a common value shared by IFF and India's vibrant start up economy. There are many who believe their business has the capacity for social good and support constitutional goals. For this reason, we have decided to spur innovation by opening up to organisational donors.

What the block! Our net neutrality rules require a monitoring and enforcement structure #SaveTheInternet

A particularly concerning threat to net neutrality, looms the web. IFF has been engaging with users for a few months gathering evidence of extensive blocking. We summarise this to you and explain how this is a violation of Net Neutrality.

Need for urgent steps on a fresh petition for censorship of Online Video Streaming websites.

In yet another PIL filed in the Karnataka High Court, a plea has been placed for the regulation of online viewing content. We write to MEITY and MIB to maintain their positive stance.

Too many cooks won't spoil this broth. Need for larger participation by the Parliamentary Committee on IT.

As the Parliamentary Committee on Information Technology widens the ambit of its hearings to other online platforms, we ask them to ensure the inclusion of civil society organisations, academics and experts. We also raise some questions regarding the criteria and scope of these hearings.