Rebranding of Internet.org & conflict of net neutrality

internetInternet.org, available to 18 countries already now, aims at internet connectivity reaching all the unprivileged parts of the world. To make it happen, the privileged parts should use internet.org. The Internet connectivity here does not indicate “complete” connectivity. Along with services of Facebook, it only refers to a bunch of sites offering information on services of health, education and job listings. Since these bunch of sites need Facebook approval, the criticism about Internet.org being against net neutrality arose.
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