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India reportedly approves net neutrality rules - CNET

9 days ago   |   By CNET

There are a few exceptions, but users must have equal access to legal online content for the same price and speed, according to The Times of India.
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India just approved net neutrality rules that ban ‘any form' of data discrimination

India just approved net neutrality rules that ban ‘any form' of data discrimination

9 days ago   |   By The Verge

India's Department of Telecommunications has approved net neutrality rules that ban blocking, throttling, and zero-rating internet data, with some exceptions. The framework, published last year as a recommendation from the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India , is the culmination of a years-long campaign for net neutrality in India.
As The Wire reports , the new rules prevent “any form of discrimination or interference” with data, including “blocking, degrading, slowing down, or granting preferential speeds or treatment to any content.” But they don't apply to “critical IoT services” or...
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