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Debate on Net Neutrality

I recently posted something Net Neutrality.  The activism in social media was about the consultation paper put up by TRAI on its website. Today, we had a debate in Parliament on this. 210 more words

Social Issues

Question that stalled juvenile bill

Question that stalled juvenile bill

Child rights activists have spotted a window of opportunity in the apparent differences among Union ministers over the draft juvenile justice bill that seeks to treat children between 16 and 18 years as adults if charged with a heinous crime. 463 more words

The Telegraph Stories

Nut Neutrality -2

You have media houses like Times Group, NDTV ¬†supporting net neutrality. You telecom operators like Airtel saying that they are not opposed to net neutrality and they don’t plan to throttle or block content. 346 more words

Commons

DoT to consult more on net-neutrality rules

The department of telecommunications is looking into the financial implications of internet neutrality on the telecom sector as it seeks to formulate a policy structure on the issue. 359 more words

Madhees Blog

Question that stalled juvenile bill

Question that stalled juvenile bill

ANANYA SENGUPTA
New Delhi, April 8: Senior Union ministers appear to be on different pages on a draft juvenile justice bill that seeks to treat as adult those charged with heinous crimes but aged between 16 and 18. 589 more words

The Telegraph Stories

Open to using satellites, drones for broadband project: Ravi Shankar Prasad

“We have to reach every gram panchayat and therefore I am quite open to tweaking the technology of the programme if you can come with concrete suggestions and out technical team can supplement that,” Prasad said during the Digital India summit here. 147 more words

National

Swachh Internet: Why we must support Ravi Shankar Prasad in filtering internet porn

First published in Scroll.in on 9 January 2015.

I was initially opposed to the idea of India blocking all online porn, but I have changed my mind. 765 more words

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