Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg held a question and answer session on his company’s website recently. Two of the key things Zuckerberg revealed in the session was that he still supports net neutrality and may bring Internet.org to Europe.
The principle of net neutrality, according to which all internet traffic must be treated equally, makes sure that the service providers do not discriminate and limit the access to services which users want to use, Zuckerberg said.
A lot of discussions have taken place on the topic since Federal Communications Commission effectively adopted those rules in the U.S. in February. Telecommunication industry groups and Internet service providers have fought the new regulations. They argue that FCC is being heavy handed and is depending on obsolete laws. Its actions may affect innovation.