Net Neutrality

What is Net Neutrality?
The term, Net Neutrality, was originally used by Tim Wu (Columbia university professor) in 2003. It is the principle that telecom companies, Internet service providers & government should not differentiate on data access on the internet. Internet was configured to only provide a connection between two devices without favoring any particular technology, industry or service provider. This is the essence of neutrality of the internet. For example, a service provider should not provide greater access speed to a website on the basis of higher payment from that website. Read More…
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