Inviting comments on the draft Indian Telecommunication Bill 2022

Inviting comments on the draft Indian Telecommunication Bill 2022
Start Date :
Sep 23, 2022
Last Date :
Oct 20, 2022
23:45 PM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)

Ministry of Communications had initiated a public consultative process to develop a modern and future-ready legal framework in telecommunication. ...

Ministry of Communications had initiated a public consultative process to develop a modern and future-ready legal framework in telecommunication.

With 117 crore subscribers, India is the world’s second largest telecommunication ecosystem. The telecommunication sector employs more than 4 million people and contributes about 8% of the country’s GDP.

The existing regulatory framework for the telecommunication sector is based on the Indian Telegraph Act, 1885. The nature of telecommunication, its usage and technologies have undergone a massive change since the era of “telegraph”. The world stopped using “telegraph” in 2013.

In the past eight years, the Government has taken several initiatives for the growth of the telecommunication sector. It is in this context that we have taken up the initiative to restructure the legal and regulatory framework for the telecommunications sector.

The Bill will replace the existing legal framework governing telecommunication in India, comprising of the Indian Telegraph Act, 1885, the Wireless Telegraphy Act, 1933 and the Telegraph Wires (Unlawful Possession) Act, 1950.

In July 2022, a Consultation Paper on ‘Need for a new legal framework governing Telecommunication in India’ was published and comments were invited. Comments have been received from various stakeholders and industry associations.

Based on the consultations and deliberations, the Ministry has now prepared the draft Indian Telecommunication Bill, 2022. To facilitate further consultations, an Explanatory note to provide a brief overview of the Bill has also been prepared.

Citizens are invited to share their comments on the Draft Indian Telecommunication Bill 2022 on the MyGov Platform.

The draft Bill and Explanatory note can be accessed at https://dot.gov.in/relatedlinks/indian-telecommunication-bill-2022.

Last date of sending the comments on MyGov platform will be 20th October 2022.

Comments may also be sent on the email ID: naveen.kumar71@gov.in

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mukeshtiwari_61
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Mukesh tiwari 1 hour 16 minutes ago

Agar redlit yeriye ke log ko sarkar ne kisi tarah ki manyata di hai to wo socal mideya ke kisi bhi platform par nahi ane ki anumati nahi honi chahiye tatha jo bhi ward ki socal mideya ki redlite profile hai wo bharat ke logo ko nayi dikhai deni chahiye

aartiharsingnimbhore_1
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Aarti Harsing Nimbhore 1 hour 17 minutes ago

सर माननीय प्रधानमंत्री साहाब मैने जालना जिल्हा महाराष्ट्र यहां अॅटरो सिटी केस दर्ज कारवाई है मेरी इस केस पे कोई कारवाई नाही हो पा रहि है,कचरा प्रकरण, जादुटोणा प्रकरण, मैने कुछ लोगो के खिलाफ मेरेआंग पे कचरा डालने वाले लोगे बारेमे केस दर्ज कारवाई है उस दिन से ,सहयोग नगर अंबड रोड जालना येयहांके रहिवासी ऐसी गंदी हरकत कर रहे है कॄपया इन सब को अटक कारवाई की घोषणा किजीये आऔर इन लोंगो को सबक सिखाये.
धन्यवाद. श्रीमती आरती हरिसिंग निंभोरे
भागीरथी अपार्टमेंट सहयोग नगर अंबड रोड जालना.

aartiharsingnimbhore_1
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Aarti Harsing Nimbhore 1 hour 24 minutes ago

सर माननीय प्रधानमंत्री साहाब मैने जालना जिल्हा महाराष्ट्र यहां अॅटरो सिटी केस दर्ज कारवाई है मेरी इस केस पे कोई कारवाई नाही हो पा रहि है,कचरा प्रकरण, जादुटोणा प्रकरण, मैने कुछ लोगो के खिलाफ मेरेआंग पे कचरा डालने वाले लोगे बारेमे केस दर्ज कारवाई है उस दिन से ,सहयोग नगर अंबड रोड जालना येयहांके रहिवासी ऐसी गंदी हरकत कर रहे है कॄपया इन सब को अटक कारवाई की घोषणा किजीये आऔर इन लोंगो को सबक सिखाये.
धन्यवाद. श्रीमती आरती हरिसिंग निंभोरे
भागीरथी अपार्टमेंट सहयोग नगर अंबड रोड जालना.

Muthuselvam Gugan
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D Muthuselvam yadav 1 hour 24 minutes ago

Strict action should be taken against newspapers & news organizations violating the norms.When publishing news like that, it should be published first at the national level, then at the state level, and then at the global level.
Newspapers & news media should publish news in this order only.Private advertisements should be banned from appearing on front pages of national importance.Must be licensed by the government to publish news on blogs, websites & social media.
Unregistered organizations should be prevented from publishing news on social media.News should be published within Indian territory only by persons licensed by the Government of India.Although the Internet and social networking sites can be run by individuals, they must obtain a license from the government. Apart from fines, other new rules should also apply to them.The riots were caused by social media posts. A separate unit should be created to monitor social networking sites as scams are taking place

storyofgreatfailures
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Story of Great failures 2 hours 7 minutes ago

The transmission media in telecommunication have evolved through numerous stages of technology, from beacons and other visual signals (such as smoke signals, semaphore telegraphs, signal flags, and optical heliographs), to electrical cable and electromagnetic radiation, including light. Such transmission paths are often divided into communication channels, which afford the advantages of multiplexing multiple concurrent communication sessions. Telecommunication is often used in its plural form.

Other examples of pre-modern long-distance communication included audio messages, such as coded drumbeats, lung-blown horns, and loud whistles. 20th- and 21st-century technologies for long-distance communication usually involve electrical and electromagnetic technologies, such as telegraph, telephone, television and teleprinter, networks, radio, microwave transmission, optical fiber, and communications satellites.

mariocedricpimenta
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Mario Cedric Pimenta 2 hours 10 minutes ago

To combat fake crypto currency bring Crypotcurrency in India to make it Legal
Make an App to connect All the schools in India
make a student and youth centric App
Increase foreign investment in telecom sector in India
reduce import duties

subodh5050@gmail.com
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subodh bansal 3 hours 2 minutes ago

My post no. 10
Please read my all previous 9 posts.

Have you done consumers survey,
market research?
Have you study Others country consumers survey reports?
Have you gone through international telecom ranking?
You not disclosed any facts and data. But only asking comments.
Just sitting in air-condition office prepared this 2022 bill.
What mistake ministry done which results several telecom operator flopped in the past?

SURESH KUMARvGURUSAMY
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SURESH KUMAR GURUSAMY 4 hours 30 minutes ago

Namaste ji. When the time of using Applications in Mobile, unwanted advertisements are coming to deviate us. This may lead our youths to wrong direction. Telecommunication law must ensure the filtering and firewall protection for their apps. Through Telecommunication laws Applications restrictions may be given and unwanted Applications maybe banned. Gaming Addiction, Financial frauds, Diversion to wrong path of youths and etc may be eliminated. To avoid the permanent usage of unsafe Applications, they may be given validity. Awareness may be given in the time of Downloading the new Applications indicating whether it's safe are unsafe. I request you to consider above for to save the future of ou country's Younger generation. Jai Hind

Dr M Madasamy
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Dr Guinness Madasamy 7 hours 8 minutes ago

Mobile phone usage is increasing among youths, below 25 years of age in our country. Due to this, cybercrimes are on the rise as misuse of mobile phones. Therefore, those below 25 years of age should remit a license fee to get a mobile phone connection.