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Dash unveils one other limitless knowledge plan, however this one truly enables you to stream movies in HD (for 20 extra dollars per thirty days)

What’s higher than limitless knowledge? You guessed it: limitless knowledge you should use to stream movies, music, and video games on the similar velocity you’ll be able to stream anything. Properly, Dash has determined to supply us fort...
by picturedir on Aug 27, 2016

The Drill Down 430: WWDC & E3 2016

This week, the internet is legally free for all, but not for Gawker, Microsoft buys LinkedIn, and all the latest from Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference and the Electronic Entertainment Expo...and much more! [...] The post The Drill Down 430: WW...
by Geeks of Doom on Jun 17, 2016

#TRAIFreesInternet | Key take aways from TRAI’s ruling on Net Neutrality

with thanks CNN IBN News : @ibnlive...
by RWA Bhagidari blog on Feb 8, 2016

A Short History of Telecommunications

The original intention of telephony was to interconnect people in the most efficient, least costly way. This started with the switchboard where an operator received calls (originally generated by a hand generator on the telephone set) and then throug...
by Web Design Blog on Jan 6, 2016

The Net Neutrality Debate and an Edible Analogy

The net neutrality debate is now raging in India. In spite of the obvious simplification, this edible analogy should throw light on what each side in this debate stands for (at least from my perspective).  In a vast, wide, world, there were many...
by Avalokanam on Sep 28, 2015

Google joins Facebook for free Internet in india

Google joins Facebook in trying to prevent IAMAI from taking strong anti-Zero Rating stand As reported by Medianama ( claimed to have copies of conversation ) : According to emails exchanged between IAMAI’s Government Relations committee membe...
by Blackberry on Aug 20, 2015

Report on Net Neutrality to Be out Soon: Here’s A Look at the Timeline to Know How It All Started

A confirmed statement was given by the Telecom minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on 27th June 2015, wherein he confirmed that that the government is expected to soon released their report containing all... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my webs...
by Mono-live on Jul 3, 2015

Data Roaming Charges to End in EU within Two Years

Roaming Charges Abolish – June 2017 For a long period the Commission had been working to decrease roaming charges with the European Union and has reached a preliminary deal recently to abolish... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websit...
by Mono-live on Jul 1, 2015

Prseident Obama Net Neutrality View

“I personally, the position of my administration, as well as a lot of the companies here, is that you don’t want to start getting a differentiation in how accessible the Internet is to different users. You want to leave it open so the next Google...
by Smart Glass on Jun 20, 2015

Protests Grow Against Facebook's Internet.org

Debates on Facebook’s `free mobile date’ – Internet.org The reaction against Facebook’s `free mobile data’, Internet.org scheme has become known all over the world and recently around 65 advocacy... [[ This is a content summary only. Visi...
by Mono-live on May 27, 2015

Indian Government favors Net Neutrality

” Government stands for ensuring non-discriminatory access to internet for all citizens of the country…It is committed to the fundamental principles and concept of net neutrality, keeping the internet accessible and available to all witho...
by Smart Glass on May 6, 2015

Net Neutrality in India becomes political scenario

Save the Internet, This mission started 12 days ago, with a target of 1 Mn Emails in favor of Net Neutrality. Exactly, 10,16,795 Emails were received. TRAI is supposed to submit recommendations to MoT after reviewing all the aspects of Internet, Free...
by Smart Glass on Apr 24, 2015

DoT calls for advisory meeting on Net Neutrality

A committee has been constituted in Department of Telecommunications to examine various aspects of net neutrality “A committee has been constituted in Department of Telecommunications to examine various aspects of net neutrality. The committee...
by Smart Glass on Apr 23, 2015

5 Videos That Best Explain Net Neutrality

#NetNeutrality has become quite a hot topic of discussion for everyone across the country today. Like most topics people are coming across this new term and talking their heart out. But still there are a lot of folks who are not very familiar with th...
by eWebBuddy on Apr 17, 2015

Airtel and facebook Violating Net Neutrality ?

In Today’s World, Where we call every human Equal, Technology developed by Humans is doing Discrimination !! Since Flipkart walked off from , Airtel Zero Plan, Whole Nation is discussing about Net Neutrality. E-commerce giant Flipkart....
by Smart Glass on Apr 16, 2015

More telecom groups sue to kill the FCC's net neutrality rules

It's clearer than ever that the US telecom establishment really, really doesn't like the FCC's new net neutrality regulation. AT&T and multiple industry groups (all from cable and phone businesses) have filed lawsuits trying to kill the new utili...
by engadget on Apr 14, 2015

Carrier alliance sues to stop net neutrality rules

That didn't take long. The FCC's tougher net neutrality rules have only just been published in the federal register, and the lawsuits are already pouring in. The US Telecom Association has filed a suit claiming that the utility-style regulation of in...
by engadget on Apr 13, 2015

Former FCC Commissioner Michael Copps on Net Neutrality and Media Reform

 ****CLICK HERE****for links to listen to or download this show****CLICK HERE****to listen right nowMichael Copps returned to the show for the April 9, 2015 edition to talk about net neutrality and media reform.  Copps was an FCC commission...
by Tell Somebody Radio on Apr 9, 2015

ISPs are suing the FCC to fight new net neutrality rules

As anticipated, now that the new net neutrality rules are here lawsuits have closely followed. The Washington Post reports that industry group USTelecom -- which counts Verizon and AT&T execs among its board members -- filed suit in Washington, w...
by engadget on Mar 23, 2015

Verizon won't fight net neutrality without a little help from its friends

You know that bit at the end of a movie where the defeated villain turns up in the hero's hotel room for some revenge killing? If you do, then you won't be surprised to learn that the telecommunications industry is gearing up to fight net neutrality.
by engadget on Mar 19, 2015


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