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If you grew up, and you never had a computer, and youve never used the Internet, and someone asked you if you wanted to
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"If you grew up, and you never had a computer, and you've never used the Internet, and someone asked you if you wanted to buy a data plan, your response would be 'What's a data plan, and why would I want to use this?'"

- Mark Zuckerberg

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This quote by Mark Zuckerberg talks to the digital divide that exists in our society. It highlights the reality that not everyone has access to the same technology and resources. It also suggests that those who do not have access to technology may not comprehend the idea of an information plan or why they would require one. This quote functions as a tip that innovation is not available to everyone which there is still a requirement to bridge the space in between those who have access and those who do not. It also serves as a call to action to ensure that everyone has access to the very same resources and technology. By bridging the digital divide, we can guarantee that everybody has the very same chances to prosper.

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Mark Zuckerberg This quote is written / told by Mark Zuckerberg somewhere between May 14, 1984 and today. He was a famous Businessman from USA. The author also have 68 other quotes.

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