Happy Independence Day? You Have Less Than 24 Hours To Save Your Internet Freedom. Act Now!

The Logical Indian

August 14th, 2015 / 2:46 PM

3 months back, TRAI asked the people’s opinion on the issue of net neutrality by asking a set of 21 questions. We united on the issue and more than 1 million response were sent to TRAI within a week. Now, TRAI have shifted the response mechanism to www.mygov.in and they are once again seeking our opinion on the issue. Worst part is, we have only one day left to submit our responses to the government and save the Internet. We request all our community members to actively take part in this struggle for Internet freedom and spread the word too.

Here’s how you can submit your responses to the Department of Telecom’s report on net neutrality:

Step 1: Register on mygov.in here: www.thlo.in/MyGovRegister (you will be asked for an email authentication)

Step 2: Submit your responses here: www.thlo.in/SaveTheInt

 

*Please do not copy paste your responses.

ACT NOW. Raise Your Voice With #IndiaWantsNetNeutrality


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