Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg says Net Neutrality principles not relevant for Internet access
At a conference hosted by Vanity Fair Magazine – Facebook Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg made a comment about Net Neutrality principles are not relevant for Internet access.
According to Mark Zuckerberg!
“If an operator wants to advantage their own video program and charge more for Netflix, then that is bad,” he continued “if you’re a student in India and you’re getting access to some basic tools to do your homework for free and you can learn some more, it’s really hard to see how that is hurting anyone.”
Even more he emphasized more for Universal Web Access while saying that it is one of the “fundamental challenges of our generation.”
The comment came after a couple of weeks when social networking giant has changed the company name from internet.org to Free Basics. Facebook internet.org initiative aims to bring affordable internet to billion (5 billion) people world wide who has no access.
With much broader vision, Its still facing concerns of net-neutrality.