Speaking of how important providing Internet access to India is, Facebook co-founder and CEO Zuckerberg said his mission was to connect over a billion people who currently don’t have access, a move that could provide health information as well access to jobs. “It is an opportunity to help democracy, alleviate poverty,” he added.
He was addressing a Facebook Townhall at Delhi-IIT’s Dogra Hall on Wednesday. Over 900 students and a couple of hundred other invitees saw the 31-year-old CEO take questions on all topics from net neutrality to virtual reality.
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