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Mark Zuckerberg responds to Internet.org criticism: ‘We fully support net neutrality’

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Mark Zuckerberg took to Facebook to defend Internet.org against claims the program conflicts with net neutrality, saying the two principles “can and must coexist.”

In the lengthy post, Facebook’s founder and CEO said he supports net neutrality and reiterated the value of providing Internet access — even if it’s limited — to people in developing countries.

Zuckerberg’s remarks come just days after Internet.org made headlines when a number of prominent Indian companies withdrew their support

Australia is ridiculously expensive for everything that matters

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If you’ve been thinking the cost of life in Australia is killing you slowly, your instincts are correct. Australia has been listed as the most expensive country in the world for the fourth year in a row.

Deutsche Bank released its annual report, Mapping the World’s Prices, which compares the cost of first-world essentials — iPhones, Levi’s jeans, beer and cigarettes — in U.S. dollars in countries across the world. The U.S. ranks as the least expensive developed country. Yet, the gap between…

Here’s why Facebook’s Internet.org is crumbling in India

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A group of Internet companies have withdrawn support from Internet.org, the buzzy Facebook-backed service that aims to bring people in developing countries online, following a backlash in India over net neutrality.

Businesses such as travel website Cleartrip, news channel New Delhi Television Limited (NDTV) and the Times Group, a media company that owns Times of India, all yanked content from Internet.org in India, where they offered some of their content for free.

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Here’s why Facebook’s Internet.org is crumbling in India

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A group of Internet companies have withdrawn support from Internet.org, the buzzy Facebook-backed service that aims to bring people in developing countries online, following a backlash in India over net neutrality.

Businesses such as travel website Cleartrip, news channel New Delhi Television Limited (NDTV) and the Times Group, a media company that owns Times of India, all yanked content from Internet.org in India, where they offered some of their content for free.

See also: Zuckerberg:…

OMG that’s my face: Woman finds a stranger who looks exactly like her

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LONDON — Those two people above are different humans, and they’re not related.

It might sound unbelievable, but they’re really “twin strangers” and the person on the left, who reckons we all have some, can help you find yours.

26-year-old Niamh Geaney from Dublin recently set out to find her doppelg

Facebook tests its own version of the away message

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Facebook is apparently testing out its own version of the age-old away message in Taiwan and Australia, according to a report.

Starting Wednesday, the social network began experimenting with what it calls the sidebar status, The Verge reports, which is an away message that shows up in the current sidebar pane of Facebook’s mobile apps and disappears after 12 hours or whenever someone updates their status. (Facebook hasn’t yet responded to our request for comment.)

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Tinder Cuddles Up To Instagram In Latest Update

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Tinder Cuddles Up To Instagram In Latest Update

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Mark Zuckerberg talks about Oculus, books and his workweek during Facebook Q&A

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What does it take to be the CEO of Facebook you ask? Just 50 to 60 hours of work per week.

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO and founder of Facebook, held a Q&A on Facebook Tuesday, a digital version of the company’s town hall events

For the next hour, I’ll be answering your questions here on Facebook about whatever’s on your mind. We’ve held a few…

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Mark Zuckerberg talks about Oculus, books and his workweek during Facebook Q&A

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What does it take to be the CEO of Facebook you ask? Just 50 to 60 hours of work per week.

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO and founder of Facebook, held a Q&A on Facebook Tuesday, a digital version of the company’s town hall events

For the next hour, I’ll be answering your questions here on Facebook about whatever’s on your mind. We’ve held a few…

Posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday, April 14, 2015 Read more…

More about Facebook, Mark…