“AIB Again” Pitches for Net Neutrality, Save The Internet.


This Beautifully crafted video tells us about a Net Neutrality which is the most important thing to us, today and tomorrow.

i.e Net Neutrality

We all do use INTERNET in our day to day activity. Today It’s not just luxury but utility and requirement. We use it in all parts of your life, be it education, research, marketing, social connectivity and anything.


Photo Source:  RYAN MCGUIRE

What is Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality is a thought got from how phone lines have functioned following the start of the 20th century. In here you can dial any number and connect with it. It doesn’t make a difference on the chance that you are calling an eatery or a street pharmacist. The operators neither block or defer a number deliberately with a specific number, unless constrained by the law.

In Internet, it refers to telecoms companies giving preference to certain Websites or Apps. Like, Big website companies may give money to these Telecom companies to offer their websites to their customer at faster speed than their competitors. To make INTERNET available for all at equal speed to all website is Net Neutrality.

Why it is Important?

Imagine a scenario, where you trying to buy a headphone from say new-shopping-website.com, but due to Telecom discrimination that site loads slower. Then you are bound to purchase it from A-BigCart.com, beacuase the only site which loads faster in your INTERNET connection.

This way big companies will try to make monopoly of their website.

We must stand to fight this!!

TRAI released a formal consultation paper on Regulatory Framework for Over-the-top (OTT) services, seeking comments from the public. The consultation paper was criticised for being one sided and having confusing statements. It received condemnation from various politicians and Indian netizens

Log onto http://www.savetheinternet.in to email to TRAI and spread the message by sharing this video

AIB : Save The Internet

For more information on why Net Neutrality is important, visit netneutrality.in and Wiki