Saturday, 17 January 2015
What founder still and CEO of Facebook, "Mark Zukirberg" The visits to many countries around the world to promote his "Internet.org" which aims to enable all of the planet's population have access to the Internet, and this time it was the turn of the State of Colombia and answered a number of questions about Facebook.
Marc Zukirberg was on a visit to Colombia and exactly the capital Bogota to promote the project Internet.org, where he met with Colombian President "Juan Manuel Santos" in order to launch this project, which will enable the eight million Colombians user access to the Internet on smart devices free of charge.
Facebook founder pointed out that enable all users have access to the Internet easily and free will enable people to communicate better and remove misunderstandings between them as it would eliminate the conflicts, because access to the Internet and social networking sites contribute to reconciliation and peace as he put it.
Mark pointed out that it's contrary to what many think, it has not created the site for the money, but rather to bring people from all over the world and give them the opportunity to communicate freely, as he denied that the Internet.org way to increase the number of Facebook subscribers.