Found another article calling out Wikipedia. Are there also
articles praising us? :-)

I do think that wikipedia zero is useful in the short term. I'm
a bit worried about the long term though. 

Question: How do you predict wikipedia zero's effect on the internet in
the long term? There are clearly going to be both positive and
negative effects. Denying either is silly. What can we do to
strengthen the positive effects, and how do we mitigate the

At what thresholds would wikipedia zero be stopped in some
country and at what thresholds promoted? Are there
documents/analysis online?


On Wed, Nov 26, 2014 at 10:07:02PM +0100, Kim Bruning wrote:
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