Internet to remain free and fair in India: Govt approves net neutrality

        Access to the internet will remain unrestricted and
        non-discriminatory in India as the government approved
        principles of net neutrality for the country, warning of stiff
        penalties for any deviations and violations. Mobile operators,
        internet providers and social-media companies cannot engage
        in, or seek, preferential treatment of content and speed on
        the internet, or create zero-rated platforms, which offer only
        a certain category of services/websites as free.

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Such a shame that FCC Chairman Pai apparently learned so little
from his ancestral country.

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