Net Neutrality in India has now become a serious issue and everyone wants to support to win the Net Neutrality from TRAI (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India). View the Consultation Paper On Regulatory Framework for Over-the-top (OTT) services. [PDF]
When the web began to start in the 1980s and 1990s, there have been no specific rules that asked that net service suppliers (ISPs) should follow an equivalent principle. But, mostly as a result of medium operators were also ISPs, they adhered to an equivalence principle This principle is known as net neutrality. An ISP doesn’t control the traffic that passes its servers. Once an internet user connects to a web site or web service, he or she gets an equivalent speed. Internet rate for YouTube videos and Facebook photos is in theory same. Users will access any legal web site or web service without any interference from an ISP.
Net Neutrality is the principle that net service providers ought to enable access to all or any content and applications notwithstanding the source, and without favoring or blocking specific products or websites. With this you need to spend more money to purchase a more data pack to open important websites like:
- YouTube (to watch video)
- Facebook (to connect with your friends)
- Twitter (To share your tweet messages with your friends)
- WhatsApp (to connect 24/7 on mobile)
- Flipkart, Amazon India, Snapdeal and many more online shopping sites to purchase your favorite products online.
Net neutrality is that the concept that all websites on the web are treated equally. the debate over access and neutrality has grabbed headlines in India during the week once leading after carrier Bharti Airtel proclaimed a product through which mobile ‘app’ makers pay for internet data pack usage for free customers to use their apps that every.
Net Neutrality Infographic
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