Hindus applaud Finland and want “net neutrality” preserved

Hindus have stressed the need of preserving “net neutrality”.

Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, said that
openness, freedom, and level playing field of internet should be maintained.

Zed, who is President of Universal Society of Hinduism, argued that every
citizen of the world should have access to high speed internet, and
corporate greed should not be allowed to govern it. Access to the internet
should be a fundamental right as it played a significant role in everyday
life.

Rajan Zed applauded Finland for making broadband a legal right for its
citizens and for pledging to connect everybody with a 100Mbps connection by
2015.

Zed urged other religious leaders of the world, including His Holiness Pope
Benedict XVI, to wholeheartedly support the causes of “net neutrality” and
internet access as fundamental right.