It tries to make its earlier regulation more nuanced by proposing three models of zero-rating without discriminatory tariffs.
Like earlier regulatory attempts, the draft Geospatial Bill is yet another response by the state to its bafflement about the Internet and how to govern it.
Using classification strategies to get legal sanction for new, controversial technologies is not unique or a one-off.
It’s a basic need. They all want it. But a new study shows how education, age and gender determine internet access.
Its regulation ‘saving’ the internet can be seen as unconstitutional in that it limits freedom of expression.
Neither side in the debate fully supports the public interest in its entirety, only partially.