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Net Neutrality Report Submitted by DoT panel’s |Report Out

Net Neutrality Report Submitted by DoT panel’s |Report Out

Net Neutrality

Network neutrality is the principle that all Internet traffic should be treated equally.The best way to explain network neutrality is as when designing a network: that a public information network will end up being most useful if all content, sites, and platforms are treated equally.A more detailed proposed definition of technical and service network neutrality suggests that service network neutrality is the adherence to the paradigm that operation of a service at a certain layer is not influenced by any data other than the data interpreted at that layer, and in accordance with the protocol specification for that layer.

Net Neutrality Report Submitted by DoT panel’s |Report Out
Net Neutrality Report Submitted by DoT panel’s |Report Out
Communications and IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has received a report on web neutrality submitted by the Department of Telecom (DoT).

A DoT panel submitted its report but its content is nevertheless to come out in the public.

The report can play a key role in determining the government’s stand on internet neutrality, an idea which guarantees free and non-discriminatory access to the net. The six-member panel was fashioned in January to offer its views on web neutrality.

Meanwhile, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is in the process of getting ready a consultation paper on web neutrality and whether licensing design should be applied for over-the-prime (OTT) players.

Earlier, Prasad said that the govt. was in favour of net neutrality and web for all. He also stated that the final call on net neutrality will be taken by the telecom department instead of the TRAI.

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