NEW DELHI: Anurag Thakur, director of the parliamentary standing panel on data innovation, has said something regarding the side of internet fairness(net neutrality), considering that a customer ought to be allowed to surf the web with no discrimination towards any site or service. “There ought to be autonomy for the customer in use of the net once an information pack has been paid for,” he told ET, including that there “ought not be a verify whether the individual is going to site “D” or “Y” once he has paid the telecom administrator for information”.

Net neutrality — or the rule that web access suppliers ought to give their customers equivalent access to every legal site and administrations — turned into an argument lately after some administration suppliers turned out with plans that either offered need to, or, oppressed certain sites and services.