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Government of India DoT asks TRAI to submit recommendations on Net Neutrality

The Government’s Department of Telecom, commonly known as DoT, has requested the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India to submits its suggestions and recommendations on net neutrality. The DoT is set to finalize on its decision regarding net neutrality, and this request for TRAI’s opinion...

Facebook stands firm on not withdrawing Internet.org from India

Despite so many controversies propagating, on Thursday, Facebook Inc. confirmed that it is not ready to withdraw internet.org, being called as ‘zero rated internet platform,' at any cost. As per TOI, this social giant defying the criticism from Department of Telecom (DoT) would rather open...

Facebook claims benefits worth $50 million issued to Asia-Pacific developers

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Social Networking Giant Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) has doled benefits worth US $20 million to Indian developers. For the Facebook, India has become the next biggest market in the world after the US to help build and monetize apps. FB has been providing free tools and...

Facebook Inc asks users to raise voice in support of Internet.org

Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) ― As Facebook’s controversial Internet.org campaign is just a week away from publicly commenting on DoT panel’s report, social networking giant has started asking users to extend support to the platform. According to Department of Telecommunications (DoT), Facebook’s free internet service...

Net Neutrality – Facebook’s Internet.org, Airtel, and AIB – what an Internet User should know?

Net Neutrality is a heated topic in India as of now. Every news channel, website, and media house is talking about it. The debate has bought large corporations like Facebook, Flipkart, and Airtel into the limelight for all the wrong reasons. Airtel has been...

Zuckerberg states Internet.org program can coexist with the Net Neutrality Rules

Mark Zuckerberg in a Q&A session defended the Internet.org program by his company stating that it can coexist with the net neutrality rules. The debate between Net neutrality and zero rating programs is heating up in India. According to Zuckerberg the network operators should...

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