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Wired / Jessi Hempel / May 18
“Facebook launched Internet.org with the bold arrogance that has defined its approach to many of its partnerships. It blundered blindly into areas where it had no expertise, apologizing after the fact when it made mistakes. That arrogance left it deaf to the feedback of partners, potential users, and people who had spent careers learning the lessons Facebook has had to piece together on its own. I reached out to the six original launch partners. Only one, Opera, said it was still working with the company’s Internet.org initiative.”
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