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Zuckerberg

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(Biography) Mark (Elliot). born 1984, US internet entrepreneur; co-founder (2004) of social networking website Facebook
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Specifically, Wyden told (https://www.wweek.com/news/2019/08/28/ron-wyden-doesnt-apologize-for-helping-build-the-internet-but-hes-interested-in-sending-mark-zuckerberg-to-prison/) Willamette Week that CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg may deserve prison time.
The social media giant - headed by CEO Mark Zuckerberg - has been accused of not blocking dodgy write-ups which may lure shoppers into buying products which don't match the hype.
The FTC investigation, triggered in March last year, focused on whether Facebook, founded by Mark Zuckerberg, had violated a 2011 agreement.
Facebook (FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the company could have acted more quickly to flag a doctored Nancy Pelosi video but defended its decision to leave it up, CNET's Queenie Wong reports.
Summary: California [USA], May 31 (ANI): The personal security chief of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been accused of sexual harassment and misconduct by two former members of the private staff.
It comes after Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg blanked MPs' questions.
Summary: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has reportedly "ordered" members of his management team tostopusing iPhones in favour of Android devices.
Yesterday, Kara Swisher, one of our finest tech journalists, published her extensive interview with Facebook's founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg. It's a terrific and terrifying read for many reasons, but one nugget stands out.
The notices were issued to the respondents by LHC's Justice Abid Aziz Sheikh during the hearing of a petition regarding Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's statement in April, in which he vowed to protect the integrity of the upcoming Pakistan general elections in 2018.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg, said, "Despite facing important challenges, our community and business are off to a strong start in 2018." Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg, who has spent most of the past month on the fallout from the revelations on the hijacking of personal data by a political firm, sought to reassure investors in the latest update.