How to ‘free’ the internet

India’s government is proposing to make all the world’s information available for free.

But is the idea of the free internet really feasible?

A few months ago, when the Indian government launched a massive Internet roll out, there was much anticipation.

The internet is widely used and widely accessible, and there is no need to pay for it.

It’s also a tool to help citizens share information.

A recent survey conducted by research firm Wipro found that nearly three-quarters of Indians would like to see the internet become free, with an additional four per cent saying that they would like the government to help.

The survey found that over 60 per cent of respondents had used the internet at some point in their lives.

As of April 1, the country’s government has set a goal of providing free internet access to 100 million Indians by 2020.

The government is encouraging people to upload photos and videos on social media, and is also inviting people to post their photos and photos on the Facebook platform.

India has some of the most ambitious Internet plans in the world.

It has the world-class technology to connect every Indian citizen with the internet.

India also has a rapidly growing population.

India is the country with the highest number of internet users in the developed world, according to the Pew Research Center.

According to a recent report from Wiprol, India has a population of over 830 million, and the country is set to overtake China as the second-largest internet market by the end of the year.

The country is also one of the top 10 largest markets for internet users.

While the government has started the process of opening the internet to all, it is unclear how many people in India actually want to use the internet in a free manner.

The Indian government has not provided any details on the goals for its Internet rollout.

A lot of the information that is being made available on social platforms will not be made available for at least five years.

And even if the government wanted to provide free internet to everyone, the process would take decades.

This is because the government does not want to have to invest in the infrastructure to provide the infrastructure that would make the free access possible.

In India, people use different apps to access different types of information.

Some use mobile phones, while others rely on the internet and social media to share information with friends and family.

The data that is uploaded to the social media platform will not automatically be available to everyone.

It will be shared only with those who are eligible for the information.

The social media platforms will also have to decide which users can access the information, and this decision will have to be made by the company that runs the platform.

The people who are allowed to upload the data to the platform will have access to it for a period of five years, after which the data will no longer be available.

Some of the other social media apps, like WhatsApp and Viber, will be banned by the government.

They allow people to make and share video calls with each other.

In fact, a recent study from the McKinsey Global Institute found that the number of people using these apps is growing.

Some of the apps have even gained popularity as social media for India, where the country has a large population of internet-users.

In a recent blog post, Wipros president Ashish Bhaskar argued that the government needs to focus on the right goals for the country.

“We need to make sure that the goals are realistic,” he wrote.

“The internet is the tool that will make India more competitive globally, but it will be a tool for those who do not want it to be.”