The writer is a consultant on telecom regulation
It is not advisable for developing countries like India to follow Obama’s lead on network neutrality.
The Snowden revelations have strengthened the case for effective international oversight of the internet
The National Telecom Policy 2012 may be tripping itself up
The Supreme Court deserves credit for ending the long diputes on spectrum allocation,and ruling that transparent auctions are the only way forward
High bids in auctions leads to huge costs for biddersa phenomenon described as winners curse.
With Motorola manufacturing “ultra-cheap” mobile phones in India for Indians, the most heartening outcome of telecom reforms —...