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Facebook's Sneaky Plan to Rule Over America's Internet Is Scary as Hell

In recent months, Facebook has been secretly meeting with White House officials and wireless carriers about launching its controversial Free Basics program in the United States. The idea of this actually happening isn’t just bad. It’s terrifying. Read more...
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