Because of the large number of comments received and for easy viewership, the comments are divided into three blocks – Comments from the Service Providers; Comments from the Service Providers’ Association and Comments from other Stakeholders (this includes individuals, organisations, consulting firms etc.) While the links for the first two blocks will provide access to the comments from the respective stakeholders, the comments from the third block (from other stakeholders) have been sorted date-wise for easy access. (The stakeholders could easily search, through keywords, any individual comments by pressing “Ctrl+F” in the respective html page) While sending your counter comments to firstname.lastname@example.org, please include ‘counter comments’ in the subject of the email.You can view the file here. The file is divided into three sections which are further divided based on dates. Each date contains almost 10k+ email addresses and the content. TRAI is also accepting counter comments till May 8 after which it will submit its final report to the DoT(Department of Telecom) on the formation of net neutrality regulations in India.
The Telecom Regulations Authority of India, TRAI, has just published the love/hate responses it got for its consultation paper on Net Neutrality. Sounds like a win? Yes, it definitely is, but TRAI went a step further and released the one million email addresses the comments came from. If you did send a response to TRAI, be prepared to be bombarded with spam mails that will give you $250,000, Nigerian Princes etc. Here is the excerpt from the pdf: