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nonparticipation in a dispute or war

tolerance attributable to a lack of involvement

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Internet companies are readying for a showdown with telecoms and a Republican-controlled government over a policy near and dear to their hearts: net neutrality.
However, he is also well-known for his long-term opposition to Net Neutrality.
Majority of individuals who responded to Trai's paper to frame rules for providing free internet service apprehended that attempt to create framework for free data may violate net neutrality principles.
A few weeks after the passage of the UN resolution on 'permanent neutrality', the Turkmenistan legislative assembly, the Mejilis, passed a new law in the constitution that chalks out the policy of permanent neutrality and gives it a constitutional cover.
Airtel has said that zero rating does not violate net neutrality as it lowers the cost of access and it is non-discriminatory".
Network neutrality (or net-neutrality for short) is an operational principle of the Internet, where Internet Service Providers (ISPs) or telecom operators, i.
One argument made by opponents of Title II classification is that we essentially have had net neutrality all along, so why does the government need to get involved?
Legal and business frameworks which may be rolled into net neutrality, such as local loop unbundling, significantly alter the investment models for carriers.
It outlines the historical development of neutrality; neutrality as a concept of contemporary international law and relative, factual permanent, and permanent neutrality, as well as the distinction between neutrality and non-belligerency and non-alignment; neutral states in the 21st century, such as Switzerland, Austria, Finland, Sweden, and Ireland; the law and legal sources of neutrality, both relative and permanent, and the legal rights and duties of neutral states and the difference between neutrality law and neutrality policy; and selected legal aspects, focusing on trade of war material, the privatization of warfare, and cyber warfare and neutrality.
The resolution on permanent neutrality status of Turkmenistan was adopted on December 12, 1995 by the UN General Assembly (Resolution number 50/80).
Every geek out there will tell you that,'' Jay Ramos commented on Cruz's Facebook post, in which the Texas GOP senator wrote that ''the biggest regulatory threat to the Internet is net neutrality.
Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia "struck down the Federal Communications Commission's net neutrality rules, which prohibited Internet providers from blocking or prioritizing Web traffic," Brian Fung reports for the Washington Post.
Summary: Lebanon should adopt a policy of neutrality, but one that excludes Israel and Arab states, Speaker Nabih Berri said Friday.
contested debate known as net neutrality, the concept that all web
Senators Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith joined colleagues in the Senate and House of Representatives to announce the introduction of legislation, led by Senator Ed Markey (D-MA), to reinstate the neutrality rules repealed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in December.