South Asian perspectives on net neutrality

This Special Report examines key themes highlighted during a series of panel discussions exploring South Asian Perspectives on Net Neutrality, hosted by the Observer Research Foundation and the Centre for Internet and Society in New Delhi on 12 December, 2015. The first panel analysed the potential effects of net neutrality regulation and zero-rated platforms on the market. The second explored viable regulatory frameworks for net neutrality that could be adapted to South Asian markets. The key findings emphasised the need for evidence-based empirical research to balance a fair market with the imperative to connect the next billion.

Author(s)

Anahita Mathai

Vidushi Marda