Net Neutrality

OTT Regulation: Understanding the economic basis #SaveTheInternet #NetNeutrality

One of the core questions in the ongoing OTT consultation paper floated by the TRAI are the revenue losses by large telecom companies which would impair future telecom network investment. We look at the data...

Understanding TRAI’s most recent “Over-The-Top” Consultation Paper #SaveTheInternet #NetNeutrality

UPDATE 08.12.2018 :   TRAI extends the submission guideline by a month. New Date for submissions is now 07.01.2019. Counter comments is 21.Why have you created this public analysis? This is a public analysis for TRAI’s Consultation Paper on OTT [Over-The-Top] Consultation released on November 12,

Help the TRAI set its digital priorities for 2019 #AskTRAI

We wrote a letter to the TRAI asking it to involve the public in determining its regulatory priorities for next year. Your voice matters. Reach out to us, let us know issues and problems you would like to be addressed in 2019.

Our Summary of the OTT Consultation Paper #SaveTheInternet #NetNeutrality

The OTT Consultation Paper released on November 12, 2018 by TRAI runs into close to 42 pages and to make the best use of your time and get you to read it we made a 5 page summary.

Another step forward in India’s leadership on #NetNeutrality #SaveTheInternet

DOT makes important license amendments acting on TRAI recommendations. The landscape will now shift from rulemaking to enforcement.

TRAI’s recommendations are another big victory for Net Neutrality - but follow up action is needed!

IFF notes with appreciation the recommendations issued by Telecommunication Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Net Neutrality despite push back from some quarters of the telecommunication industry against any additional regulations. By taking a decisive stand on upholding Net Neutrality, TRAI has built upon the strong foundation it had laid