Marc Andreesen Apologises for His Anti-Colonial Remark on India

Apart from apologising, Marc has spoken highly about India and its impact on the global growth of the internet.

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Net Neutrality means equal access to all kinds of content on the Internet, whether it is a Youtube video or the Complete Works of Shakespeare (Photo: Reuters) 

​If you have been following the Twitter episode around Net Neutrality with Silicon Valley-based Marc Andreesen in the thick of things, here’s a quick u-turn in the story.

Marc has apologised for his anti-colonial comments on India that enraged many, on Wednesday.

Also Read: Marc Andreesen Slams India on Net Neutrality Verdict, Gets Bashed

It seems Marc has finally caved into pressure from various Twitterattis who asked for an explanation​ as to how and why he directed his frustration of Net Neutrality debate to a different tangent. ​

But looks like he’s finally learnt his lesson and sobered down from his tempered attitude to share his apology. In addition to apologising for his comment, Marc has spoken highly about the country and its impact on the global growth of the internet.

Here’s what he had to say just a while back.

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