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TRAI and Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) signs Memorandum of Understanding
14 June , 2018
TRAI Press Release


Dr. Ram Sewak Sharma, Chairman of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI)and Mr. Johannes Gungl, BEREC Chair signed a "Memorandum of Understanding" (MoU)on 14th June, 2018. Under the framework of this MoU, both BEREC and TRAI advocate for effective electronic communications regulation. The goal of the MoU is to encourage a cooperative relationship between the Parties that supports the Parties' respective efforts to address current and future regulatory challenges as well as to develop collegial working relationships between experts representing both Parties. Both BEREC and TRAI place strong emphasis on collaborative work on net neutrality. Therefore today, they also adopted a "Joint Statement for an Open Internet". In this statement the two expose their common understanding of the building blocks of net neutrality rules and the core aspects of the regulators' mission in preserving these rules. It also intends to show the willingness of both sides to develop regular exchanges regarding the implementation of these rules. "Net neutrality is a vital principle and an open intemet crucial for people around the globe. We are very happy to have TRAI as a partner to ensure a univocal protection of net neutrality principles for intemet access services", says Mr Gungl. «We consider that the intemet will continue to be an enabler of growth and innovation for countries like India who can use technology to leapfrog to the next stage of development. Therefore, it is important that the intemet is kept as an open and non-discriminatory platform. Our MoU with BEREC gives us an opportunity to not only work closely together in areas like net neutrality, but also to collaborate in other areas where the EU has adopted a very effective regulatory framework like consumer protection, broadband development and promotion of Next Generation Access roll-out ", says Dr R.S. Sharma.

Source: http://trai.gov.in/sites/default/files/PRNO6514062018.pdf



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