FB board member apologises; Zuckerberg 'upset'


Marc Andreessen apologised for calling TRAI's decision on Net Neutrality as 'anti-colonialist'; Zuckerberg 'upset' over comments.

Facebook board member Marc Andreessen yesterday set off a storm by terming India’s decision to bar discriminatory Internet tariff as an “anti-colonialist” idea and said the country would have been better off if it remained under British rule. Mr. Andreessen took to Twitter to express his distaste over TRAI's decision to say no to Facebook's 'Free Basics.' The tweet that invited much ire in social media was later deleted.