Did you know Internet Service Providers control speed and even block connections selectively?

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@allknowing (55746)
India
November 28, 2017 6:48am CST
It's time Internet Service Providers stop having a say how their customers use Internet.. I was not aware of this until I read about our Government here are in the process of rectifying it. This link has details That explains why our speed is not consistent..
NEW DELHI: India's telecom regulator Trai (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India) on Tuesday issued its recommendations on net neutrality.
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@topffer (30594)
• France
28 Nov
It was happening in France in the 1990's. We have now a law to guarantee net neutrality, like many other European countries.
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@allknowing (55746)
• India
28 Nov
There must be other countries sailing in the same boat as us in India. .
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@topffer (30594)
• France
28 Nov
@allknowing USA will soon as their regulator has decided to take away net neutrality last week.
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@allknowing (55746)
• India
28 Nov
@topffer Take away? What' going on?
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@shaggin (26814)
• United States
29 Nov
Sounds pretty shady to me
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@allknowing (55746)
• India
29 Nov
They have been given a free hand to peep in our activity and that will stop now
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@ilocosboy (33267)
• Philippines
28 Nov
This is also the reason why we have the worst internet speed in the Philippines. This is also the reason why these companies are billionaires.
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@allknowing (55746)
• India
28 Nov
India has opened its eyes and hope everyone will now on be treated equally. They no longer need to keep a check on what we are reading and what we are doing
@FayeHazel (11668)
• United States
28 Nov
I didn't know that but for some reason, doesn't surprise me
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@JustBhem (22430)
• Davao, Philippines
28 Nov
I believe that.
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