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'Net neutrality: Free access should never be curtailed'
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'Net neutrality:India should not let telecos charge more'

Amid the raging debate over net neutrality in India, a leading daily here has said Indias policy makers should not allow telecom companies to charge users extra fees for internet services as such a move can hurt consumers and affect start-up Internet ... Deccan Herald, 2 months ago

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Government Report on Net Neutrality Policy by May

NEW DELHI:  Over three lakh people have already written to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) through savetheinternet.in to make a case for net neutrality, and ensure that all users can access all sites at the same cost and at the same ...
 Current News India2 months ago Report on net neutrality sent to regulator: Prasad  Economic Times1 month ago Telecom department panel submits report on net neutrality  Economic Times1 month ago Battle lines harden  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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New Telecom policy allows snooping, but claims to 'respect' privacy

Working on a new regulatory framework for lawful interception of calls and messages, the Government claims that the new snooping rules will not interrupt privacy Apple iPhone 5 just in 20,49932GB Memory | 8 MP Camera | Select Pay with Amazon to ...
 Digit.in2 weeks ago MHA tightens security clearance for telecoms  Asian Age5 days ago Government working on a new telecom policy for lawful monitoring of calls and messages  Tech22 weeks ago Govt working on data interception policy  HT Syndication2 weeks ago
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Salient features of India’s new National Security Clearance Policy

Foreign companies investing in defence, telecom and private security sectors will be bound by National Security clause that empowers the government to terminate their contracts if they violate India’s security provision or engage in money laundering.
 India Infoline4 days ago National Security Clause must for companies entering key sectors of telecom, defence and private security companies  DNA5 days ago Indian Railways and the case of privatisation  Rediff.com2 months ago Foreign companies must sign national security clause  Economic Times6 days ago
Times of India

Telecom companies should not own content, urge net neutrality experts

NEW DELHI: As the government firms up its policy on ensuring net neutrality, experts urge that disallowing telecom operators from owning any proprietary content could become a direct way to ensure that no specific content is pushed or promoted over others. At ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Government will take final decision on net neutrality  Economic Times1 month ago Save the Internet: Congress hits out at Govt, lends support to Net Neutrality  News on Air2 months ago Net neutrality starts with a whimper  The Hill1 week ago
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Govt has finalised BPO policy for smaller towns: Telecom Minister

In a move to enhance the development in small towns, the government has finalised BPO policy for smaller towns and has approved 48,000 seats for setting up call centres across the country. This was disclosed by Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad yesterday ...
 News on Air1 month ago Govt approves 48,000 seats under BPO policy: Prasad  Economic Times1 month ago
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Raja 'misled' Manmohan Singh on policy matters: CBI to court

New Delhi: CBI today argued before a Special Court that former Telecom Minister A Raja had “misled” the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on policy matters pertaining to allocation of 2G spectrum. Commencing final arguments in the case, Special ...
 State Times2 months ago Raja misled Manmohan on 2G spectrum, tweaked cut-off dates: CBI to court  Economic Times2 months ago 2G scam: Raja misled Manmohan, changed cut-off date to favour firms, says CBI  IndiaTV News2 months ago Congress supports CBI's statement that Raja 'misled' the PM  One India2 months ago
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CAG flags financial gap of Rs 31,000 cr in telecom sector

Raising concerns over various policy issues in telecom sector, the CAG today flagged financial gaps to the tune of over Rs 31,000 crore (Rs 310 billion) including towards non-imposition of fines and the undue gains to private operators including Reliance Jio, Airtel, RCOM and Tata Tele. The government auditor said Reliance Jio Infocomm got undue benefit of Rs 3,367.29 crore (Rs 33.67 billion) after the Department of Telecom (DoT) allowed it to provide voice calling facility under the new ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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With less than a day to go, Save The Internet campaign crosses 1 million emails

The last time a consultation paper got so much attention was in 1999 (New Telecom Policy) which got 18000 emails.
 DNA2 months ago

DoT may come out with plan for M2M communications

NEW DELHI: The Department of Telecom may soon come out with a policy structure for machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, as it expects this mode of connectivity to increase digital penetration which is in line with the objectives of Digital India. M2M ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
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