TRAI is holding a Net Neutrality open house discussion in Mumbai today at 2:30pm, and you can watch a live-stream here or on Periscope. We'll be posting updates below. Excerpts quoted below are not necessarily verbatim, but we will do our best to make sure that they are represented accurately. Read our primer on the main issues of this net neutrality consultation here. Live Updates 4:49: The discussion has ended. Asit Kadayan delivers a vote of thanks. 4:48: Telenor spokesperson takes mic for the thousandth time amid groans and laughter. "Since I am the last person talking there won't be any rebuttal," he brags. https://twitter.com/TRAI_OHD/status/868063717459492864 4:47: Prachi from Koan Addvisory: "While I agree with Raman on enforceability, I think it should also be renewable in the face of new technologies that will be coming up -- for example Internet of Things and so on. Keeping track of these changes as the ecosystem evolves is important." 4:42: Jio: "Already telecom license provides for non-discrimination of content. The basic core of net neutrality is already built in, but authority can build on that. These days a lot of technological developments take place, and for that we need to adapt NN requirements as well. Committee can be constituted from TSPs, content providers, the whole ecosystem. There needs to be full representation of the Internet industry, with continuous expert consultations. Raman Chima: "Outcome from TRAI in terms of enforcing should be a regulation, since it's good for telcos as well who will know what…
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