Mark Zuckerberg addressed the UN today — twice — calling on the global panel to make universal internet access a priority. During the 70th annual U.N. General Assembly session, Zuckerberg first addressed the U.N. Sustainable Development Conference, and went on to deliver the keynote address at the United Nations Private Sector Forum, where U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and German Chancellor Angela Merkel were also on the roster. “Connecting the world is one of the fundamental challenges of our generation,” Zuckerberg said. “More than 4 billion people don’t have a voice online.” In the earlier speech, Zuckerberg issued a global call to action…

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