Facebook is also working on a new project to provide free internet access. This is how Facebook Discover was born, an application that benefits a lot from Free Basics but the basic difference: works with all web pages and not by the selected list.
Discovery is presented in a way that people can do keep the connection limited, after the details have run out. The project is launching in Peru in collaboration with several operators, although it will reach other countries such as Thailand, the Philippines and Iraq in the coming weeks.
Free, limited internet of any website
Facebook Free Basics – formerly known as Internet.org – is a controversial project. Introduced in 2013, the lens was similar to the new Discover, but the difference is in nuances. In Free Basics, free access is included in a closed list of web pages, which has resulted in the service being banned in many countries such as India as not complying with Net Neutrality policies.
Findings are similar, but different. It works as an app and website where you can use the net without using your rating data
To work, Find a server that uses a proxy to participate in syncing with a successful web page to reduce its size. Videos, audio and other heavy items are deleted
To the end user, Discover acts as a kind of "emergency Internet" when offline. In supported circuits and supported providers, the user receives the number of daily traffic to use (in Peru test, it's 10 MB).
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