Sandra Luz 10 months ago Me too. Like, Martha Stewart prison for a few a months? I have no sympathy for Zuck's suckers. Zuckerberg the CEO saying he thinks he's ultimately the one who should bear the responsibility for Analytica's scheming is meaningless because he is Mark Zuckerberg, billionaire founder first, and he's the ostensibly responsible, accountable CEO second. Suzi Gauthier 10 months ago Well, look at Trump's hair - I guess Zuckerberg can be president one day. Mark Zuckerberg is one of the last people you should trust, and I mean that both literally and alphabetically.
Mark Zuckerberg Is Never Going To Fire Himself
How Facebook got into a mess – and why it can’t get out of it
As Facebook has grown, so has Zuckerberg's influence. Who will protect the down-trodden if Facebook allows anyone to publish their drivel? The room looks like it belongs in Facebook's famed Frank Gehry-designed headquarters in Menlo Park, California, which has the same decor sensibilities. Facebook is in serious trouble. Huh, shit, it wasn't that hard to find. Giving it the old college try hardly constitutes original thought.
Is the social network fair to Mark Zuckerberg and Eduardo Saverin? | YoExpert Q&A
The original version of this story quotes Yuriy Katayev's recollection of a conversation with Zuckerberg. It's hardly fair to leave our director doyenne holding the bag for The Social Network, adapted, natch, from Ben Mezrich's tour-de-farce The Accidental Billionaires, which debuted at number four on the NY Times' Bestseller List and nearly compromised the entire Nonfiction category. I really hope this motherfucker ends in prison. Yes indeed, we too use "cookies. I started Facebook, I run it, and I'm responsible for what happens here. The Social Network movie portrayed Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg as a pretentious yet intelligent, self-centered jerk.
Facebook extracts the personal information and data trails of its users to paint virtual targets on their backs. The First Amendment does protect advocacy of violence, just not incitement to violence. But they have to be SEEN as doing something, like it or not. Except the guy in back knows how to tie a balanced gentleman's Windsor instead of the boy-going-to-temple's crooked four-in-hand. After letting him stumble through a few limply defensive statements "I tend to have more faith in the rule of law," "knowing what I know now" and so on , Swisher asks Zuckerberg if someone should have been fired as a result of the Analytica mishap.
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