Facebook’s free web program, Internet.org, has officially launched in Indonesia, marking the firm’s second largest launch in Asia till date. Also Read - Google, Facebook make vaccination mandatory for employees returning to office
The launch came as the initiative faces flak in India amid a raging debate on net neutrality in the country. Many initial content partners have pulled out of Internet.org, citing concerns to protect net neutrality, reported TechCrunch. Also Read - Facebook gives voice to emojis with Soundmoji: Here's how to send
Defending the program, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that some connectivity was better than none. Also Read - Netflix could launch its video game streaming service next year, at no extra cost
The initiative went live in the Philippines last month.