Zuckerberg is bringing free internet to Europe, apparently
He's said that Facebook's free internet project, Internet.org, want to muscle in on Europe. He said: "Yes, we want to bring Internet.org [everywhere] where there are people who need to be connected. We're starting off by prioritizing the countries with the most unconnected people and by working with network operators and governments who are most excited about working with Internet.org to get everyone online in their countries."
The service has already launched in India, Kenya, Zambia, Colombia and Tanzania and, in the Q&A, one person said that the service wasn't very good, to which Zuck replied: "Having some connectivity and some ability to share is always much better than having no ability to connect and share at all".
As long as Zuckerberg can get his hands on all that lovely personal data, which makes him so dazzlingly wealthy, the quality of the service is a mere by-product.
He also spoke about Oculus VR: "Our mission [is] to give people the power to experience anything. Even if you don't have the ability to travel somewhere, or to be with someone in person, or even if something is physically impossible to build in our analog world, the goal is to help build a medium that will give you the ability to do all of these things you might not otherwise be able to do."
People who like watching dirty films on the internet, take note.