Smartphone Users in Emerging Markets Deserve Better than a Watered-down Internet | Washington Post

We’ve grown accustomed to the Web as a sprawling and open place. It’s a public resource that creates economic opportunity and celebrates diversity of opinion. But this open Web — the one many of us first experienced on our desktops — is in danger. As more people migrate to smartphones, they’re discovering a closed Web. The mobile Web is too often a series of walled gardens, closed platforms, and apps that limit creativity. This Web renders users as only consumers, not creators, and can threaten the basic tenets of net neutrality. Read the full article in The Washington Post »

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