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IAMAI Condemns Zero Rating Plans, Supports Net Neutrality In India; A Set Back For Airtel, Google & Facebook?

IAMAI Condemns Zero Rating Plans, Supports Net Neutrality In I...

The fight for Net Neutrality in India has taken a positive turn as India’s biggest association of Internet and Mobile companies, IAMAI, has declared that Zero Rating plans are against the free nature of the Web. In their report submitted to Department of ..., 1 week ago

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg tops list of the 20 wealthiest people under 35

Founder and CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg has a net worth of $41.6 billion. Mark Zuckerberg is atop the list with a net worth of $41.6 billion and at the bottom you can find Adrian Cheng, heir of the Hong Kong-based company Chow Tai Fook, with ...
 US.NewsHub.org6 days ago '1 in 7 people on Earth' used Facebook...  LocalNews7.com3 days ago 1 in 7 people on Earth used Facebook on Monday, Zuckerberg proclaims  Digital Trends4 days ago World's ten richest people under 35  Rediff.com1 week ago

Is Google joining hands with Facebook to prevent Net Neutrality in India?

Social media giant, Facebook, has come under a lot of criticism for its promotion of the initiative, which violates net neutrality principles. Now, search engine giant, Google, admired for many social causes, has also come under the ...
 Dataquest1 week ago Google Lobbied Against Real Net Neutrality In India, Just Like It Did In The States  Techdirt1 week ago Here's How Google Might Be Trying To Kill Net Neutrality In India  Indiatimes1 week ago Did Google try to derail Net neutrality in India?  Zee News1 week ago
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​Facebook and Airtel have an interesting tag-team going on in Africa

So what if India is opposed to net neutrality? Starting next month, the continent of Africa will be getting introduced to net neutrality. A top official of, Facebook's free mobile Internet service , has confirmed that Airtel is planning ...
 Business Insider India1 week ago Net nuetrailty kicks up; Airtel to widen Facebook's free Internet imprint in Africa  DNA1 week ago Airtel to widen Facebook's free Internet imprint in Africa  Economic Times1 week ago Is Facebook Attempting To Rationalize in India With $21 Million ‘Benefits’ From FbStart?  Trak.in2 weeks ago

Net neutrality: Regulate VoIP calls, suggests DoT panel

Regulatory arbitrage between operators & OTT players disrupting level playing field; platforms such as Facebook's should be discouraged BS Reporter | New Delhi July 17, 2015 Last Updated at 00:58 IST An internal panel of the Department of ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Facebook starts public campaign in India to defend  Tech23 weeks ago Facebook musters support from Indian users to defend  Tech23 weeks ago Facebook musters users to defend before India’s DoT  Tech23 weeks ago

DoT’s report on Net Neutrality is bad news for Facebook’s

Facebook on Thursday defended its initiative as a "gateway" to provide low cost access to the Internet after a government panel on net neutrality opposed it saying that the social networking giant was playing the role of a gatekeeper. The post ...
 Tech21 month ago Facebook Is Now Letting Any Carrier Sign Up For  Pluggd in1 month ago NET is investing in the member's future  Credit Union Insight1 week ago Net Neutrality: FB calls gateway to net  Economic Times1 month ago
Jagran Post

FB to scale up free mobile net service to boost usage

MUMBAI: Facebook Inc plans to scale up its service to offer free basic Internet on mobile phones, an executive said, after introducing the application in 17 developing countries over the past year. In a blog post released to mark the first year of the ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Facebook opens portal to expand reach  Economic Times1 month ago Facebook to expand programme for free basic Internet services  Jagran Post1 month ago Facebook to open up free Internet  Asian Age1 month ago

July 2015: India Added Over 1.23 Million GSM Connections

The Cellular Operators Association of India (which has Google and Facebook as members and opposes Net Neutrality in India), has reported an addition of 1.23 million GSM connections in... .
 Medianama1 week ago 1st Hockey Test: Clinical India blank France  Rediff.com4 weeks ago June 2015: India Added Over 4.13 Million GSM Connections  Medianama1 month ago Facebook launches Lite in India to tap users with slow net  Rediff.com2 months ago

Ready to scale up Internet.Org free basic services: Facebook

erred by the criticism from Net neutrality activists in India, social networking giant Facebook today said it will expand its Internet.Org programme to offer free basic Internet services to the unconnected. Launched last year, the programme has more than a ...
 Business Standard1 month ago FB to scale up Internet.Org free basic services  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

DoT favours Airtel, slams Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg Panel feels gate-keeper role to anyone shouldn’t be allowed in India A DoT panel on net neutrality is learnt to have opposed projects like Facebook’s, which allow access to certain websites without mobile data charges, while ...
 Asian Age1 month ago
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