Amid Net Neutrality debate, Internet.org now opens for developers
New Delhi : On Monday Facebook opened much controversial Internet.org for developers
Several partners in India have already pulled their name out fearing concern it had violated ner neutrality concern.
Net Nutrality allows all website to get accessed freely with no added cost attached to them.
Mark Zuckerberg however feels it was impossible to have free internet that ignited the need of internet.org
"It costs tens of billions of dollars every year to run the internet, and no operator could afford this if everything were free," he said in a video released on the Internet.org website
Internet.org, now available in Colombia, Guatemala, Tanzania, Kenya, Ghana, Philippines, Indonesia, and Ghana besides India