Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg thinks Internet access is a 'human right' and is starting a campaign to provide access to nearly 5 billion people in the world who don't have it.
Mark Zuckerberg is launching Internet.org to connect the five-billion people without Internet access.
A study by Chitika shows that people in states with higher income and education levels tend to use Google more than in other states.
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