Choice of content should be left to the consumer: Trai Chairman RS Sharma

A free Internet will be the backbone for innovation in a market like India, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai ) chairman RS Sharma said. While an open Internet is a must, telcos should also have the freedom to exercise some tools to manage traffic for preserving quality of services or security of the networks, he said, while speaking to reporters on the regulator’s recommendations on net neutrality . Edited excerpts: What was the thinking of Trai while framing the recommendations? No one owns Internet, so everyone owns it. So, one overarching thought was that for a country like India, Internet is an extremely important platform, for innovation, startups, banking, for any government application be it health, tele-medicine, education, agriculture or PDS. It is going to become even more important in the view of IoT (Internet of things ) and other applications. There...

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