Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Marc Andreessen Compares Free Basics in India to Colonialism | Re/code

Check the full article for a case study in how not to use Twitter; see this tweet series for some constructive context-setting
"Venture capitalist and well-known Twitter philosopher Marc Andreessen made a few enemies Tuesday night. Okay, a lot of enemies.

That’s because Andreessen, a Facebook board member, took to Twitter to defend the company’s Free Basics service, which offers users some free Internet services. It was recently banned by Indian regulators for violating the concept of net neutrality.

The discussion started off with Andreessen calling the ban “morally wrong.”"
Marc Andreessen Compares Free Basics in India to Colonialism | Re/code
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