For the first time Facebook has launched their first TV ads in Australia and Canada this week, according to AdNews. Facebook wants to initiate the non-profit Internet.org initiative to have affordable or free internet access in developing countries that do not have internet access. A Facebook spokesperson to AdNews: "The regional campaign shows that the more we connect, the better the world becomes."

Their goal is show how people in developing countries without internet access  have already achieved phenomenal acts.
 


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