Facebook Is Now a Free Version of the Internet, But Is It a Fair Version?
Founder of Facebook and tech wunderkind Mark Zuckerberg recently announced that the social network’s Internet.org service, which hopes to bring the web to developing parts of the world, will be open to all, after facing harsh criticisms that the project goes against the ideals of net neutrality. Facebook launched its free Internet.org app in February […]
New York Library Loans Out the Internet
For the many people living without internet in the United States, the local library is their only access to the benefits of online connectivity. From research to job hunting, internet access is an integral part of twenty-first century life. Unfortunately, many libraries have limited hours, making them inaccessible to some people who work long hours. […]