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Altruism or good business? Today, Facebook launched a free mobile app in Zambia.
The company says people who can’t afford Internet service in the poor African country will have a new way to find jobs and get health advice on pregnancy and childbirth.
It’s the latest in Facebook’s Internet.org initiative, a larger push to reach millions of potential customers in developing countries.
The Atlantic’s Derek Thompson joins Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson to discuss Facebook’s goals and what we can expect in the future from the initiative.
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