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Net Neutrality
Net neutrality is the principle, that internet service
providers and governments should treat all the data
on the internet equally without discriminating or
charging the users on the basis of the content, site,
platform, application, type of attached equipment, or
mode of communication.
This term was first coined by Columbia
university media law professor Tim Wu in 2003, as
an extension of the longstanding concept of
a common carrier.
Net neutrality is the name of the movement to keep
the Internet “free and open”.
Origin of Net Neutrality
As of April 2015, there were no laws
governing net neutrality in India, which would
require that all Internet users be treated equally.
The debate on net neutrality in India gathered
public attention after Airtel, announced in
December 2014 to levy additional charges for
making voice calls (VoIP) from its network using
apps like WhatsApp, Skype etc.
Effects on Business
 Internet providers are claiming that their
return on investment is not enough as
compared to investments made.
 They are saying that the OTT(Over the Top)
services are eating up their revenues
 So, they are finding alternatives to increase
their profits.
 For this they want to introduce fast lane and
slow lane.
 This means the public has to pay for every
service they want if the OTT player does not
 The argument that the service providers are
not earning is completely wrong as we can
see that revenues and profits are increasing
continuously and more and more number of
people are getting connected.
How The Internet Is Today?
How The TSP’S Wanted It
To Be?
(+49
WEEKDAYS
+69 INTERNET
MESSAGES+79
VIDEO
STREAMING+3
9 PRIVACY
PROTECTION)
How The Internet Should
Be?
Role of Government
 TRAI(Telecom Regulatory Authority Of India)
published a 108 page consultation paper
which says that telecom operators will be
allowed to charge on over the top
services(OTT) if there is no issue coming up
from the public till 24th of June.
 It seems very clearly that TRAI is being
biased towards the business not
understanding the consequences in the long
term.
Effect on Society
 Internet is the only platform currently which is
absolutely unbiased and most easily
accessible.
 But if there is no net neutrality than the
service providers would only favor the ones
having deep pockets and current startups
scenario could no longer exist.
 AIB, aYoutube channel, made a video on it to
provide understanding and awareness to the
public and has helped send around two
million emails to TRAI.
Net Neutrality Initiative
-Save the internet(www.savetheinternet.in) is
an Indian website made for the battle against the
discrimination of the internet.
-On 11 April 2015, a YouTube comedy channel A
I B uploaded a video titled "Save The Internet"
which urged people to email TRAI demanding
net neutrality
-On 23 April 2015, various organizations under
the ambit of Free Software Movement of
India organized protests in various cities across
India.
-The Cellular Operators Association of
India (COAI) soon afterwards launched a
counter campaign called Sabka Internet, Sab ka
Vikas.
Pros :
 Without net neutrality, it would be very easy
for ISPs to mould the browsing habits of its
users with the help of pricing slabs, different
speeds for different sites and other methods.
 Net neutrality also ensures that small, new
companies can compete against established
big names on the Internet fairly.
 An ISP will get money from companies, that
relationship may be enough to compel the ISP
to mute online criticism against one of its
paying partners.
 Internet becomes a stratified mess and you
will be forced to choose packages of websites
and services like you do with your DTH
subscription.
Cons:
-TRAI recently published a consultation paper
that almost exclusively focuses on how many
VoIP services, apps and websites are taking
undue advantage of the infrastructure set up
by telcos who spent bucket loads of money
setting it all up
- Telcos claim that without earning revenue
from VoIP services and websites like
YouTube, they will be forced to either pass on
huge costs to the consumer or to accept
massive losses.
 ISPs argue that they can increase the
overall efficiency of their networks if they are
allowed to ‘actively’ manage them.
 ISPs also argue that adopting a blanket net
neutrality policy will give rise to security
risks and increase piracy and cyber crime.
 One of the more ideological arguments
against net neutrality is that it will give too
much power to the government
organization that will be responsible for
enforcing net neutrality.
Spoofs
What we should demand as
Indian citizens ?
-Freedom: we should be able to access
information on the terms we choose and not to
be pushed into consumer decisions by large
telecom companies.
-If there is violation of net neutrality, we must
take a proactive approach.
-They should also reward ISPs that uphold the
net neutrality.
“More than any other
invention of our time, the
Internet has unlocked
possibilities we could just
barely imagine a generation
ago. It connects millions of
people worldwide.”
SAVE THE
WORLD
THANK YOU


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Net Neutrality Divy

  • 1.
  • 2.
  • 3. Net Neutrality Net neutrality is the principle, that internet service providers and governments should treat all the data on the internet equally without discriminating or charging the users on the basis of the content, site, platform, application, type of attached equipment, or mode of communication. This term was first coined by Columbia university media law professor Tim Wu in 2003, as an extension of the longstanding concept of a common carrier. Net neutrality is the name of the movement to keep the Internet “free and open”.
  • 4. Origin of Net Neutrality As of April 2015, there were no laws governing net neutrality in India, which would require that all Internet users be treated equally. The debate on net neutrality in India gathered public attention after Airtel, announced in December 2014 to levy additional charges for making voice calls (VoIP) from its network using apps like WhatsApp, Skype etc.
  • 5. Effects on Business  Internet providers are claiming that their return on investment is not enough as compared to investments made.  They are saying that the OTT(Over the Top) services are eating up their revenues  So, they are finding alternatives to increase their profits.  For this they want to introduce fast lane and slow lane.  This means the public has to pay for every service they want if the OTT player does not
  • 6.  The argument that the service providers are not earning is completely wrong as we can see that revenues and profits are increasing continuously and more and more number of people are getting connected.
  • 7. How The Internet Is Today?
  • 8. How The TSP’S Wanted It To Be? (+49 WEEKDAYS +69 INTERNET MESSAGES+79 VIDEO STREAMING+3 9 PRIVACY PROTECTION)
  • 9. How The Internet Should Be?
  • 10. Role of Government  TRAI(Telecom Regulatory Authority Of India) published a 108 page consultation paper which says that telecom operators will be allowed to charge on over the top services(OTT) if there is no issue coming up from the public till 24th of June.  It seems very clearly that TRAI is being biased towards the business not understanding the consequences in the long term.
  • 11. Effect on Society  Internet is the only platform currently which is absolutely unbiased and most easily accessible.  But if there is no net neutrality than the service providers would only favor the ones having deep pockets and current startups scenario could no longer exist.  AIB, aYoutube channel, made a video on it to provide understanding and awareness to the public and has helped send around two million emails to TRAI.
  • 12. Net Neutrality Initiative -Save the internet(www.savetheinternet.in) is an Indian website made for the battle against the discrimination of the internet. -On 11 April 2015, a YouTube comedy channel A I B uploaded a video titled "Save The Internet" which urged people to email TRAI demanding net neutrality
  • 13. -On 23 April 2015, various organizations under the ambit of Free Software Movement of India organized protests in various cities across India. -The Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) soon afterwards launched a counter campaign called Sabka Internet, Sab ka Vikas.
  • 14. Pros :  Without net neutrality, it would be very easy for ISPs to mould the browsing habits of its users with the help of pricing slabs, different speeds for different sites and other methods.  Net neutrality also ensures that small, new companies can compete against established big names on the Internet fairly.
  • 15.  An ISP will get money from companies, that relationship may be enough to compel the ISP to mute online criticism against one of its paying partners.  Internet becomes a stratified mess and you will be forced to choose packages of websites and services like you do with your DTH subscription.
  • 16. Cons: -TRAI recently published a consultation paper that almost exclusively focuses on how many VoIP services, apps and websites are taking undue advantage of the infrastructure set up by telcos who spent bucket loads of money setting it all up - Telcos claim that without earning revenue from VoIP services and websites like YouTube, they will be forced to either pass on huge costs to the consumer or to accept massive losses.
  • 17.  ISPs argue that they can increase the overall efficiency of their networks if they are allowed to ‘actively’ manage them.  ISPs also argue that adopting a blanket net neutrality policy will give rise to security risks and increase piracy and cyber crime.  One of the more ideological arguments against net neutrality is that it will give too much power to the government organization that will be responsible for enforcing net neutrality.
  • 19. What we should demand as Indian citizens ? -Freedom: we should be able to access information on the terms we choose and not to be pushed into consumer decisions by large telecom companies. -If there is violation of net neutrality, we must take a proactive approach. -They should also reward ISPs that uphold the net neutrality.
  • 20. “More than any other invention of our time, the Internet has unlocked possibilities we could just barely imagine a generation ago. It connects millions of people worldwide.”