Net Neutrality

WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 05: Proponents of net neutrality protest against Federal Communication Commission Chairman Ajit Pai outside the American Enterprise Institute before his arrival May 5, 2017 in Washington, DC. Appointed to the commission by President Barack Obama in 2012, Pai was elevated to the chairmanship of the FCC by U.S. President Donald Trump in January. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

It Isn't Déjà Vu. The Internet Is Fighting For Net Neutrality. Again.

It's not you. Some of your favorite websites really do look different today. July 12 has been deemed a "day of action" by more than 200 websites, companies and organizations in support of net neutrali...
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Dear Mark Zuckerberg, India Doesn't Need You To Play Messiah

Internet.org is a collection of apps and services hand-picked by you and your partners for Sukha Bhai and Chameli Mausi and little Ram. You decide that they do not watch YouTube, not use Google, never access Wikileaks. Of course they will have Facebook and services you think are fit for them. You will show them a walled garden with the key firmly in your hand. And you will argue you are doing this for the greater good. We do not doubt your intentions but we are horrified by the implications.
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A Neutral Look At Net Neutrality

More than one million people have opposed the consultation on net neutrality by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), but the matter is far from over. As with most debates in India, it has become a battleground between vested interests and activist propaganda. The following questions may help you to form a considered opinion on net neutrality.
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Why I'm Fighting For Net Neutrality

Many of us grew up searching for assignment answers on Google, playing games online, developing crushes while chatting and discovering the joys of Skyping with family even while being a world away. I wish the same for all future generations to come and that is possible only when we have an open and equally accessible Internet for all.