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Facebook African Satellite

Facebook’s Facebook’s Drone Network project has seemed naive and unworkable to skeptics. Mark Zuckerberg also may have finally realized that, because he recently announced collaboration with Eutelsat to provide internet service to large parts of Sub-Saharan […]

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