India's No To Discriminatory Data Pricing: Has TRAI #savedtheinternet?
PUBLISHED ON: February 8, 2016 | Duration: 13 min, 46 sec
India has today voted for net neutrality, banning immediately any 'discriminatory' pricing for data - that means no content can be offered at discounted rates. The decision comes as a blow to Facebook's free internet scheme, Free Basics, promoted aggressively by founder Mark Zuckerberg. The regulator also added that violators will be fined Rs 50,000 per day.