Indian demonstrators of Free Software Movement Karnataka hold placards during a protest against Facebook's Free Basics initiative, in Bangalore on January 2, 2016.  The group's demonstration was aimed at urging members of the public to say "no to free basics" which they allege will affect net neutrality and give Facebook monopoly over the internet.   (Photo: MANJUNATH KIRAN/AFP/Getty Images) Land grab! Net neutrality! Imperialism! There was a lot of justified outrage (and perhaps delight) when Mark Zuckerberg’s dream of bringing the Internet to rural Indians came crashing down recently, fueled by the 11 million people who contacted the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India in protest and 457 companies and more than 800 startups that signed letters vehemently opposing… Read More

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