After All India Bakchod's (AIB) "Save the Internet" campaign went viral, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has reportedly received more than two lakh e-mails by Monday afternoon from internet users who wanted to voice their concern over the net neutrality issue.
The AIB team had requested netizens to send e-mails answering 20 questions asked by TRAI regarding net neutrality before 24 April, 2015.
Net neutrality means customers will be given equal access to all lawful websites and services online by internet service providers.
However, "Save the Internet" campaign by AIB, which began on Saturday, tried spreading awareness regarding the telecom regulators' plans.
The board came under fire from internet users for its plan to allow telecom operators like Airtel and Vodafone to "block some apps and websites" to force users to pay more money, which goes against the spirit of net neutrality, according to netneutrality.in.
The viral nine-minute-long video by AIB, posted on YouTube on 11 April, has been shared by many on social media, and has received more than one million views within four days.
To support "Save the Internet" campaign, netizens can send an e-mail to TRAI by logging on to www.savetheinternet.in.
Meanwhile, many Bollywood celebs and politicians also took part in the "Save the Internet" campaign by posting #SaveTheInternet on their social media platforms.
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