While FCC Says “No” To Tiered Network Access, TRAI Still Debating Over Email ID Leak

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The FCC has recently proposed that tiered network access should be abolished in the States, and Net Neutrality must be practiced. This is most likely to take effect from June,2015. However, TRAI is still clarifying about the leak of identities of those who’ve sent emails to them asking the 20 questions about neutrality. Though the Telecom Ministry has taken charge after this event, TRAI still can give suggestions on the matter. On 8th May, the Telecom Minister, Ravi Shankar Prasad took command, and he said in an interview to the Economic Times, “As far as the government is concerned, we have made our views very clear, we stand for ensuring non-discriminatory access to Internet for all citizens of the country.” Click here to know more about Net Neutrality.

Here is the timeline of how Net Neutrality issue has taken shape in India.

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