Facebook is allowing developers to release apps and websites for Internet.org so long as they meet certain guidelines. However, some are complaining that the company is limiting what places can be visited online through the service, reports Reuters.
Some Net Neutrality activists are criticizing Facebook for not letting all content on the platform and claim it’s unfair. However, CEO Mark Zuckerberg argues that everyone must have access to internet for it to be fair. Internet.org is a program to bring certain internet services and websites to people living in countries without easy internet access, Reuters notes.
“Our goal with Internet.org is to work with as many developers and entrepreneurs as possible to extend the benefits of connectivity to diverse, local communities,” Facebook told TechCrunch. “To do this, we’re going to offer services through Internet.org in a way that’s more transparent and inclusive.”