[Zuckerberg launched his sweeping Internet.org initiative in 2013 as a way to provide 4 billion people in the developing world with Web access, which he says he sees as a basic human right.]
which in addition to books provides free Internet access to the rural community.
(Enrico Fabian/For The Washington Post)
Connecting people to the Internet is not easy in this impoverished farming
district of wheat and millet fields, where working camels can be glimpsed along
roads that curve through the low-slung Aravalli Hills. India
In Alwar district in the northern state of Rajasthan, many remember when Zuckerberg came to visit but fewer know about Free Basics.