When digital altruism isn’t altruism:

Responding to criticism about Facebook serving its own commercial interests under the guise of philanthropy, Zuckerberg says, "We’re doing Internet.org to serve our mission of connecting the world rather than trying to make a profit anytime soon. We could make much more money from advertising to rich people than we’d make from advertising to people who can’t afford internet access." And yet, his solution to a shortage of internet connectivity is to provide access to only a small, Facebook-dominated segment of the web.

Nailed it!

via Facebook's march to global domination is trampling over net neutrality | The Verge.