Wednesday, 15 April 2015

Net Neutrality: Battle to 'save the Internet'

Net neutrality is one of the biggest issue debated globally by the
 telecom regulators and it is also in
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the process of finalising what will be a landmark recommendation for Indian telecom.
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The important aspects of Net neutrality are:

  • Internet service providers should enable access to all content and applications regardless of the source.
  • The Internet service provider from whom buy internet pack, should not under any circumstance be able to control how exactly use it and it's upto how you use the data.
  • All websites can co-exist without hampering others and all websites are accessible at the same speed and no particular website of application is favoured.
  • All web sites and content creators are treated equal, and it don’t have to pay extra for faster Internet speed to a particular site/service.

The concept of net neutrality doesn’t exist legally but most companies have Net Neutrality is simply the Internet Freedom — Free, Fast and Open Internet for all. Net Neutrality is the principle that Internet service providers (ISPs) should give consumers access to all and every contents and application on an equal basis, treating all Internet traffic equally.
Today, if there’s something that makes everyone across the world "Equal" is nothing but the Internet. Equality over the Internet means, the richest man in the world has the same rights to access the Internet as the poorer. And this is what "Net Neutrality" aims at adhered to it until now. With the Internet taking the world into its folds, Internet Service Providers across the world are trying to encash this potent commodity and trying to control the traffic.

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What  wrong?

  • Till now, the telecom operators in enjoyed making hundreds of thousands of millions in profits over a long run.
  • The operators have, till now, focused on selling text messages packs and voice call minutes, however behind the scene they have been using VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) to connect with other telecom operators and deliver calls using the Internet.
  • The cost of traditional voice calls that the operators were charging the consumers were much larger than the tiny fraction of the cost of VOIP.

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