The fight to bring the entire planet online has reached new extremes. On one hand, we have Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Internet.org, the non-profit he founded to bring the developing world online through drone and satellite technology. On the other, we have Google, which is spending millions to acquire its own drone and satellite operations while also working to stream internet access from high-altitude balloons. And then there’s Kosta Grammatis. Though far from the most formidable entrant in this race, the young entrepreneur is no less serious about his mission. As founder and CEO of a non-profit called A Human Right, Grammatis has since 2009 been developing a variety of projects to expand internet access around the world.

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