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Mark Zuckerberg To Host Townhall Q&A At IIT-Delhi On October 28

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After hosting Townhall Q&A session with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 27th September at Facebook Headquarters, Mark Zuckerberg, Founder and CEO of Facebook will be hosting another Townhall Questions & Answers session at IIT-Delhi later this month.

The Townhall Q&A session that will be organized at IIT-Delhi later this month aims to connect with Indians, who, according to Mark Zuckerberg are “one of our most active and engaged communities” on the social media.

The event will be hosted on October 28. Announcing about the same via Facebook post, Zuckerberg wrote,

More than 130 million people use Facebook in India. I’m looking forward to hearing directly from one of our most active and engaged communities.

If you have a question, please ask below in the comments. To vote for a question, just like it. I’ll be answering questions from across Facebook as well as from a live audience at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi.

Facebook has faced a lot of criticism regarding its free service Internet.org. But, it appears that the company has not yet given up on it. It recently rebrand the product to ‘Free Basics by Facebook’.

It basically allows app as well as web platform to offer free access to their services or platform. There are more than 250 services, which are now available in 19 countries across the globe, including India.

This will be the second visit of the Facebook CEO in India this year. Earlier, he visited a ‘cyber village’ in Rajasthan’s Alwar district.

Outside US, India has the largest Facebook user-base. In June, the company had revealed that 125 million users of its global base of 1.44 billion are from India.

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