From the Editor's Desk So, if you are famous and influential like Marc Andreessen and use as public a medium as Twitter to vent your frustration at Facebook (whose board you sit on) not getting its way in India, you've got to be careful in not letting your outdated white-privileged views come out. The issue of keeping 'Free Basics' out is a complex one and Facebook's failure is as much a PR disaster (Rs 300 cr spent on lobbying doesn't inspire trust in your 'social mission' to connect everyone) as it was a lack of empathy (we may be poor, but we don't need your data prescription). Give us free internet, we'll take it and probably use Facebook as well; but don't give us your distorted view of what we need (no Google, but yes Babajobs, a portal for blue collar jobs) - Comment
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