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Transcript of NET NEUTRALITY
Open and Closed Internet
An open Internet Refers to an Internet where there is no discrimination of data
What is Net Neutrality
A closed Internet refers An Internet where a government, established person or corporation favours use of certain data.
Category where wireless carriers who do not provide Value Added Services are placed.
Traffic shaping is the control of a data network by a company to increase/decrease the loading speeds of certain data packets.
Issues Regarding Net Neutrality
Discrimination by IP
Involves a procedure called Deep Packet Inspection which provides real time discrimination between different data types to be possible.
What Happens If There is NO
Why Net Neutrality is good
The greatest argument that all ISP's hold against net neutrality is that they will be able to gain more revenue from discrimination thus helping to develop the internet sector
Net Neutrality In India
No Formal Law Has Been Passed
The IT Act 2000 does not prohibit comapnies from throttling services.
By 24th April 2015 TRAI received over 1,000,000 emails against its paper on OTT services
Over- The - Top
OTT refers to the delivery of audio, video, photographic or textual information over an internet network
A spam free Internet
Filtering of spam sites based on the fact that most of these sites have little or no funding.
Non Net neutrality also means that ISP's can charge you for anything you do on the internet.
Favouring Private Networks
Favouring of data sent over Private Networks
rather than the General IP.
Involves a deal between a website and an ISP
where the ISP provides a relatively faster speed to the website.
Control Of Data
ISP's have total control over what data can or cannot be viewed
They can make sites load slower forcing the user to use the only site that loads fast