Mark Zuckerberg said about happiness, “I think lots of people confuse happiness with fun. I don’t believe it is possible to have fun every day. But I do believe it is possible to do something meaningful that helps people every day. 12 more words
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg defended his company’s “real name” policy against accusations of being discriminatory toward vulnerability communities on Tuesday.
The company’s policy requires users to go by their real names on the social network, which has drawn criticism from transgender people, drag queens, Native Americans, domestic violence survivors and others who say the policy prevents them from being true to their identities and, in some cases, puts them at risk of physical harm offline. 197 more words
Zuckerberg's Facebook Q&A Session Features Arnold Schwarzenegger, Stephen Hawking, Arianna Huffington
MENLO PARK (CBS SF) — A new round of celebrities turned up for a chance to ask Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg anything during a question & answer session on the social networking site Tuesday. 392 more words
Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t think Facebook’s real name policy is inherently discriminatory, the social media giant’s CEO said Tuesday.
The real name policy, which requires users to go by their real names on the site, has been criticized by… 466 more words
This is interesting but at the same time, no surprise. While the Supreme Court shady ruling of “gay marriage” got facebook all excited and when they all changed their profile pics into a gay rainbow, they’ve must of fallen for a big scam. 124 more words
“I’m most interested in questions about people,” Zuckerberg said in a written chat forum response to Hawking asking what big questions in science he would like to know the answers to. 334 more words
'Will the machines win?' Arnold Schwarzenegger and Stephen Hawking joined in Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook Q&A
When Mark Zuckerberg decided to take part in a Facebook Q&A session he probably had no idea that a few famous faces might get involved. 294 more words