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Videos On Net Neutrality Issue in India

The Internet is suddenly flooded with articles and videos defending its right to be free in India. With telcos trying to divide the Internet into sets of different data packs, it is up to us ordinary Indians to keep our Internet free and fair. To that effect, many known and unknown video channels on YouTube are trying to raise awareness on the issue and ensure that the telecom operators do not win. Here are just some of the videos that explain as well as entertain on this very serious topic.

Mumbai on Net Neutrality

Being Indian’s latest video sees Sahil Khattar ask Mumbaikars on their views on net neutrality. While a few of them had no clue about it (scary!), most respondents agreed that the Internet must not be divided into slow and fast lanes for different apps and websites. Take that telcos!

Bangalore reacts to Net Neutrality. #RightToPlay

Bangalore is known as the hub of technological innovation in India and the place from where Flipkart grew to its current strength. So when the online retailer reportedly joined hands with Airtel against net neutrality, it was time for Bangloreans to speak up and support net neutrality.

F*ck You Airtel! Save Our Internet! #NetNeutrality @airtelindia

This video is an angry rant by Ash who runs a tech channel on YouTube on smartphones. Ash talks about how he has never cursed on camera but for Airtel Zero, he makes an exception. Watch him explain why in this video.


Kenneth Sebastian has made a song out of Twitter reactions on net neutrality. While the lyrics are not exactly profound, they do send across the right message. This one will surely make you smile – and hopefully make you take action to preserve net neutrality.

Hitler reacts to Net Neutrality violation in India #netneutralityindia

Finally, when you have Hitler express outrage over net neutrality, you know you’ve hit the bull's eye. Not the real Hitler of course! But this video does a great job of explaining the concept in a fun and entertaining way. Watch it, have fun and take action.