Website backed by the social networking giant to expand Internet access globally is renamed Free Basics.
Any mobile operator can now partner with the Facebook-backed initiative to expand Internet access around the world.
Developers hoping to build services for people using Internet.org -- which provides free basic Web services via mobile -- must follow three principles meant to bring more people online.
In his latest public question-and-answer session, the social networking giant's CEO discusses public policy, Internet expansion and other topics.
Rather than giving any big product announcements, Zuckerberg talked about the recent acquisition of Whatsapp Messenger, Internet.org, and several other topics.
Coalition of mostly mobile tech companies hopes to connect the 5 billion people in the world who do not yet have Internet access.
In a question-and-answer session at Facebook's headquarters, Indian prime minister discusses governing through social media and expanding Internet access.
The initiative's goal is to provide Internet access to the nearly 1 billion people in India who aren't online.
The social-networking giant has begun lobbying the United Nations, saying Internet access is a fundamental human right.
In a Q&A session, CEO Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook will offer more choices than merely "like." He also discusses virtual reality, artificial intelligence and his feelings about becoming a dad.