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Net Neutrality under attack

Throughout my technology career, I’ve spent a lot of time in the Open Source community. I was a big proponent of Linux in its early days, and even introduced multiple organizations to using it as a primary operating system for application and database servers. 334 more words


News in brief: Pi bakes in security; net neutrality fears; Rule 41 delay fails

Raspberry Pi bakes in tighter security

The people behind the Raspberry Pi, the cheap and cheerful computer that powers countless homebrew projects from smart doorbells to… 395 more words

Law & Order

Trump May Appoint Pence Ally And Telecom Deregulator To FCC

A former ally of Vice President-elect Mike Pence with a strong focus on deregulation could be in line for an appointment to the Federal Communications Commission, possibly as the next chairman. 462 more words


A Malicious Campaign called #SaveTheInternet

(Co-Authored with Ravi Kiran)

A small twitter poll conducted by @bwoyblunder revealed how confused people are about the current NN-Freebasics issue. Even otherwise, we are seeing people question, albeit reluctantly, the basis of NN which is prohibiting Facebook from offering a free stripped down version of the internet. 1,198 more words

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Net Neutrality and Innovation.

One of the many things in the public discourse over Net Neutrality that has puzzled me is the use of the word- Innovation. A motley group of start-up founders will come to a TV show and say free-basics and network management will harm innovation ! 1,434 more words

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Net Neutrality activists by making Zero Rating haraam are being anti-poor

Net Neutrality regulation as we all know, would effectively bar any form of Zero-Rating if implemented by TRAI- Telecom Regulatory Authority of India. Zero- Rating is a form of price discrimination which allows Telecom/Internet Service Providers (TSP/ISPs) to offer access to certain internet applications for free either at a lower quality (as a form of coupons to attract new users e.g. 150 more words

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