Currently, Australians pay for how much data they want with their internet plan as well as the speed of their internet. Some ISP’s are obviously going to be faster than others as prices vary. 435 more words
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Phyllis Beveridge Nissila Perhaps you’ve seen the recent article in hollywoodreporter.com citing Norway as the first country planning to shut down its FM band in favor of digital-only radio. 1,500 more words
With huge thanks to Rhianna for today’s post.
Net neutrality is a principle that states that Internet service providers and governments should treat all data on the Internet equally, not discriminating or charging differentially by user, content, site, platform or application. 320 more words
NIET Firefox Club organized a seminar on the issue of Net Neutrality.The main objective or aim of this seminar was to spread awareness about Net Neutrality among the students.We had a very meaningful and healthy discussion about Net Equality.About 40-50 students including club members attended the seminar. 122 more words
TRAI received more than a million emails justifying the internet neutrality rules. Well, as Einstein once said about a book called ‘100 Authors Against Einstein’ which was essentially a criticism of his Theory of Relativity – “If I were wrong then one would be enough”. 852 more words