A step forward for Net Neutrality in India; a leap ahead for the open internet
TRAI has recommended that government licenses for internet service providers include strong provisions to ensure non-discriminatory treatment of content.
Access Now condemns U.S. plan to repeal Net Neutrality rules
Repealing the rules would make the U.S. a global outlier on innovation and free expression.
Net Neutrality matters for human rights across the globe
No matter where you live, Net Neutrality is essential for free expression. Here’s a global tour of “hot spots” in the movement to keep the internet open and free.
Zero rating: a global threat to the open internet
We discuss two primary models for “zero rating” — both of which are a form of network discrimination and harm human rights.
Holland and India lead on zero-rating: the first of many countries?
Holland and India now have some of the strongest rules in the world to protect Net Neutrality, the principles that keep the internet open and free. Will Europe follow their lead?
Indian regulator stands up for Net Neutrality, rules against zero-rated services
In a victory for Net Neutrality in India, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) today banned discriminatory pricing for data, including “zero rating” services. The decision comes in the context of a global push to enshrine and protect strong Net Neutrality rules worldwide.