As Facebook’s Internet.org opens up, criticism of the platform grows

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In May, Internet.org announced it was opening up to other providers, allowing them to add their sites to the service if they met a set of rules. The move followed pressure from groups claiming Facebook was threatening net neutrality. Many organizations are still restless, despite the change. An open letter, undersigned by 23 organizations from across the world, was published today that lists a number of concerns about the platform. The letter details problems with Facebook’s zero rating agreements, freedom of expression on the service and the lack of privacy: We are very concerned about the privacy implications of Internet.org.Facebook’s privacy…

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