Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook CEO, wants to provide free Internet access to the refugee camps In Europe. Speaking at the United Nations Private Sector Forum he stated that Facebook will cooperate with UN so that the refugees in Europe can “get better support from the aid community and maintain links to family and loved ones,” Joinfo.ua reports with reference to the BBC.
He also said that Facebook will join a new campaign to ensure that within five years the Internet has become accessible to all people on the planet.
Other famous people also joined the campaign, namely rock star Bono, actress Charlize Theron, entrepreneurs Bill Gates and Richard Branson, and Jimmy Wales, co-founder of Wikipedia.
About three billion people around the world have access to the Internet, and the aim of this campaign is to bring the Internet to all the others.