Miffed over TRAI’s decision Marc Andreessen’s tweet offends Indians

TRAI’s rejection of facebook’s Free Basics has hurt someone really bad. American entrepreneur and member of Facebook’s board of directors Marc Lowell Andreessen seems highly miffed with telecom regulator Trai’s decision.

The Silicon Valley’s most sought out capitalist and co-founder of Netscape browser publicly expressed his disappointment on Twitter and also said that the country would have been in much better economic shape had it been under the British rule. “Anti-colonialism has been catastrophic for the Indian people for decades. Why stop now,” wrote the founder of famed VC firm Andreessen Horowitz.

This is what he said on a Twitter


Citing the troubles Marc Andreessen took off the controversial tweet and tried to square up the things.

Reference: Times of India

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