SummaryArticle NameMark Zuckerberg in Panama!AuthorRandy HilarskiDescriptionThe founder of Facebook is here in Panama to talk about his foundation Internet.org. The foundation has a goal of connecting everyone around the world via the internet. Share on Tumblr
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