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  • Internet.org App Launches in Ghana

    … By Justin Lafferty on Jan. 22, 2015 - 5:30 PM Ghana is now the fifth country to receive access to the Internet.org app, Facebook announced Thursday. Airtel customers in Ghana will have access to the full host of Internet.org services, similar to those in Colombia, Tanzania, Zambia and Kenya: Facebook commented on the announcement in a blog…

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  • Internet.org App Launches in Tanzania

    … The Internet.org application that debuted in Zambia in July is now available in a second nation in Africa, as Tigo and Internet.org announced the availability of the app to the telecommunications carrier’s subscribers in Tanzania. Tigo subscribers will be able to access the following mobile sites, free-of-charge, via the app: These services…

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  • Facebook Fires Back at Internet.org Critic

    … Most companies respond to criticism in the press with statements by executives or spokespeople, but Facebook answered a column in The New York Times by Evgeny Morozov panning its Internet.org initiative to connect the rest of the world to the Internet with comments by former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, Stanford University School…

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  • Internet.org App to Debut in Zambia

    … Zambia may seem like an odd choice for the site of an application's launch, but it makes perfect sense when the developer of that app has a mission statement of connecting the rest of the world. Internet.org - the global partnership formed last August by Facebook, Ericsson, MediaTek, Nokia, Opera, Qualcomm and Samsung to "connect the next 5…

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