The Government of India is looking to establish support from the state for net neutrality according to its first draft National Digital Communications Policy. Net neutrality is actually one of the Indian Governments 7 goals until 2022.
Wherein the policy states that to secure net neutrality principles are protected and give support to service requirements, the bandwidth available and network capacities including next generation access technologies.
A more detailed note in the draft policy document stipulates that the government plans to modify the ISP and telecom operator license agreements formally to adhere to net neutrality in India which purpose is to provide autonomy and individual choice and enterprise.
To recognize the need to safeguard the net neutrality core principles: to revise the license agreements to apply the principles of nondiscriminatory treatment for contents, together with the acknowledgment of appropriate exclusions and exceptions whenever necessary.
Also, the policy aims to ensure compliance with net neutrality principles through introducing appropriate disclosure and transparency requirements.
India has the strongest net neutrality regulations in the world, wherein they made sure to prevent differential or discriminatory pricing for the internet access, and the TRAI submitted their recommendations to the Department of Telecom regarding the establishment of strong rules related to slowing down of internet access.
Furthermore, under The National Digital Communications Policy 2018, the government intends to favorably price spectrum, review tariffs such as license fees and spectrum usage charges as well as M&A rules to ease exits while also considering carefully spectrum sharing, leasing, and trading guidelines which is a part of the approach primarily for the benefit of the public.
The new telecom policy targets on securing broadband coverage at 50 Mbps for each citizen and entice $100 billion investment in the sector by 2022.
In terms of privacy and data protection, the draft policy emphasizes the need for inclusive data protection regime for digital communications to uphold privacy, autonomy and individual choice. Drafted after discussion with all stakeholders, the policy was gladly received by the industry and analysts with just raised concerns over implementation.
Securing data privacy and accessibility to a free and open internet is a privilege that people want to have. However, realistically at present, monopolistic data distribution cartels own most of the data that is provided to the user. Gradually, the browsers, operating systems, and mobile devices are designed to surveil the people using it.
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As the user can understand the Decenternet architecture, a realization that the vision can be innovative and very powerful since it results to change by establishing a strong foundation for future generation libertarian internet technology.