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nonparticipation in a dispute or war

tolerance attributable to a lack of involvement

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While addressing the students of IIT- Delhi he said that his company is committed to net neutrality but supported zero- rating plans which have been criticised by many as violative of the principles of free Internet.
This was clearly evident when Fine Gael, Labour and Fianna Fail voted against a Sinn Fein Bill last year which would have established a referendum on enshrining neutrality in the Constitution.
So when the FCC officially passed its package of net neutrality rules--including a major overhaul of the way broadband Internet service is classified, changing it from a lightly regulated Title I information service to a more heavily regulated Title II telecommunications service-you might have expected Netflix to be among the first to cheer.
Deputy Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers, Minister of Foreign Affairs Rashid Meredov in his welcoming speech stressed that the General Assembly has reaffirmed support for the status of permanent Neutrality of Turkmenistan and called on States - members of the United Nations to respect and support this status and to respect the independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Turkmenistan.
The Norwegian guidelines on net neutrality state quite clearly that "Internet users are entitled to an Internet connection that is free of discrimination with regard to type of application, service or content or based on sender or receiver address.
Called Airtel Zero, the platform creates discrimination within content, an absolute no-no for the internet, say supporters of net neutrality, which mandates that all data must be treated equally.
The public neither understands nor supports the FCC voting on net neutrality rules without greater disclosure of the exact wording and the details of the proposal," said Peter Hart, Founder of Hart Research Associates.
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.
Ted Cruz's description this week of net neutrality as ''Obamacare for the Internet'' has sharpened the partisan divide on a complicated issue and provoked a torrent of criticism from techies across the ideological spectrum.
Ted Cruz explained why he has called President Barack Obama's proposal to enforce net neutrality as "Obamacare for the Internet.
2014 has seen huge shifts around the concept of Net Neutrality - the FCC has revealed details of new proposals, while the European Parliament voted for a harder version of neutrality than many in the telecoms industry wanted.
London, Apr 4 ( ANI ): The European Parliament has reportedly adopted the net neutrality law in order to restrict internet service providers' (ISPs) from charging data-seeking services for faster network access.