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Trai: How is India’s telecom regulator faring in its commitment towards better quality of service?

Access to a high speed and dependable internet connection is a persistent demand from Indian citizens. The challenge here is to give access to education, healthcare and banking services to the underserved. 1,636 more words

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From Pokémon Go to Whatsapp: Challenges to Net Neutrality in the U.S. and Colombia

By Catalina Moncada

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few weeks, you’ve likely heard about Pokémon Go, the augmented reality game from Nintendo that’s become a hit around the world. 587 more words

Net Neutrality Friday

A couple of things happened this week that I want to write about.

First, LightReading was sold again. That online publication came about just as the dot.com bubble was about to burst. 472 more words

Broadband Giants File for Rehearing on FCC's 'Unlawful' Net Neutrality Rules

As expected, trade associations representing U.S. Internet service providers launched legal challenges Friday seeking to overturn a federal appeals court ruling that upheld the FCC’s net neutrality rules. 494 more words


These Telecom Groups Asked the U.S. Court of Appeals to Reverse Its Net Neutrality Ruling

Several wireless, cable, and broadband trade associations on Friday urged the full U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia to reverse a ruling upholding the Obama administration’s landmark rules barring Internet service providers from obstructing or slowing consumer access to web content. 413 more words


Cable, Wireless Industries Try Yet Again To Take Net Neutrality To Court

We have had had net neutrality as the law of the land for over a year now. Lawsuits immediately followed its implementation, of course, but the appeals court… 623 more words