Mark Zuckerberg has released a 3 minute video talking about his latest project which aims to bring Internet access to more than 5 billion people.
In August, he along with some partners started Internet.org to launch the initiative, which includes a rough plan, Zuckerberg says he’s written it out to make the Internet more accessible for people all around the world.
The video shows farmers and people working in the land of ancient ruins. Women hanging Laundries off their balconies. Students sitting in non-traditional school houses. Then Zuckerberg can be seen sitting in Facebook’s headquarters talking about the first 2 pillars of his Internet revolution:
- Changing the way data is stored and exchanged.
- Using wireless spectrum more efficiently.
You just need a phone to get connected. Zuckerberg makes a valid point that when people are given access to the Internet, their available pool of knowledge grows exponentially.
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