Official Announcement

Official announcements from the SaveTheInternet.in Coalition.

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.

A Republic Day letter from IFF

This republic day we reflect on our constitutional promises. For liberty, fraternity, equality and justice in technology. In 2019 we promise to keep up momentum on the internet freedom tableau!

Over One Million Submissions to TRAI in 12 Days

Unprecedented public response in India’s policy making history Citizens, businesses, startups and political leaders demand #NetNeutrality Volunteer-led “Save The Internet” Showcases Internet-enabled Model of Public Participation 23 April, Delhi - The SaveTheInternet.in Coalition, a group of over 50 volunteers from across India, concerned about safeguarding an open Internet

Dear parliamentarians, we are not affiliated with any political party. Net neutrality affects everyone.

The Internet has become an integral part of all of our lives. We use it to do our work, connect with people and gain knowledge. You, our representatives, and your parties, also use it to gather research about the issues faced by your constituents, the challenges faced by different parts