back to article Again with the cheap internet access in India, Facebook?

Facebook's trying to bring affordable internet access to rural India again. The company has dangled a programme called “Express Wi-fi” at Internet.org, the platform it used for its Free Basics programme. India banned that service on net neutrality grounds. The Register notes that the "Express WiFi" page at Internet.org offers …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    We've polished up the turd so that it seems less like digital imperialism this time.

    Oh god please let is in! Our shareholders are demanding hockey-stick growth.

    1. asdf

      Have to get in on the fad while you can. Technology companies generally are lucky to last a generation.

  2. Tromos

    Useful information

    From Facebook? You jest.

  3. Ole Juul

    what a dog

    When is Facebook going to stop humping my leg.

  4. Pascal Monett Silver badge

    If at first you don't succeed

    Bribe, bribe again.

    1. asdf

      Re: If at first you don't succeed

      Well those Indians won't data mine themselves. Have to give them a way to upload their life and privacy and they will gladly do it for free.

      1. asdf

        Re: If at first you don't succeed

        Didn't mean as a shot to Indians. Perhaps they are smarter than people in the west in this regard but people tend to be people which is why Facebook is a very large corporation.

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