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Net Neutrality: India Gets It

**Source: cdt.org

Jul 13, 2018 3:53 PM - 2 mon, 1 week, 3 day, 18 hour, 4 min ago

Excerpt: Net Neutrality: India Gets It July 13, 2018 Written by Stan Adams On Wednesday, India’s Department of Telecommunications (DoT) approved the recommendations set forth by its regulatory body (Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of India, or TRAI), which require ISPs to adhere to net neutrality principles. This represents a significant step forward for Indian internet users and companies, ensuring that ISPs will not block, throttle, or offer preferential treatment of internet traffic. India’s efforts to preserve an open internet began in earnest ... Read More

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