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Net Neutrality Friday

Last week, I posted about the problem with the current round of incentives and how they have not worked to increase investment in the network for the existing large providers. 747 more words

Verizon's new mobile video business is likely DOA (Dead On Arrival)

Verizon has hinted for some time that they would be releasing an upcoming mobile video service. Many, including myself, are very skeptical of whether Verizon would release anything worth purchasing. 368 more words

Verizon

AT&T agrees to stricter Net neutrality rules to get DirecTV approved

To ensure that AT&T is not discriminating against other services like Netflix, which offer similar streaming video service over broadband networks, the company has agreed to submit to the Federal Communications Commission all “completed interconnection agreements.” These agreements are commercial arrangements between companies that exchange Internet traffic. 67 more words

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Zero-rating plans must be open to all users: DoT panel member

Times of India — NEW DELHI: Zero-rating platforms, which offer free browsing to consumers on select websites that have paid for it, have to be open to mobile subscribers of all telecom companies, a member of the government-appointed committee on net neutrality has said. 34 more words

India

To help get their merger approved, Charter hired four lobbying firms in one day

One would think that telecom mergers would be based on the service being provided by the two companies. It really isn’t and it never has been. 191 more words

Time Warner Cable

Net Neutrality

On 17-Jul-2015, we received the newspapers with headlines “You will pay for Skype and Whatsapp etc”. It so happened that on that very day I was moderating a conference “Net Neutrality” of 25 leading lawyers, law firms , Legal heads of corporate, and content providers, organized by The Indian Lawyers Foundation in India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road Delhi. 202 more words

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टेलिकॉम कंपनियों की तरफ झुक रही है सरकार

सुनील रावत.

तो क्या नेटन्यूट्रैलिटी पर टेलिकॉम कंपनियां सरकार पर भारी नजर आ रही है ? क्योंकि नेट न्यूट्रैलिटी पर पर बनाई गई उच्च-स्तरीय सरकारी समिति की तरफ से पहला संकेत यही मिल रहा है कि भले सरकार नेट न्यूट्रैलिटी के पक्ष में हो लेकिन स्काइप, व्हाट्सऐप जैसे एप से होने होने वाली फ्री कालिंग पर चार्ज लगाकर नियंत्रित करना टेलिकॉम कंपनियों की बड़ी जीत है. 8 more words

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