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Mark Zuckerberg’s Fake News Problem Isn’t Going Away

Mark Zuckerberg’s Fake News Problem Isn’t Going Away | Internet Presence | Scoop.it

Facebook has 2 billion users, record profits, vast influence, and big problems in Washington.

Technically speaking, Mark Zuckerberg has been on paternity leave. In late August his wife, Priscilla Chan, gave birth to their second child, a girl. But though Zuckerberg, the chief executive officer of Facebook Inc., stayed away from the office for a month after the delivery, he has been utterly unable to avoid what’s become a second full-time job: managing an escalating series of political crises. Read more: click image or title.

 

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Zuckerberg says Facebook is 'thinking' about the demand for a dislike button | VentureBeat | Business | by Daniel Terdiman

Zuckerberg says Facebook is 'thinking' about the demand for a dislike button | VentureBeat | Business | by Daniel Terdiman | Internet Presence | Scoop.it
During the Facebook CEO's second public Q&A today, he said it's an important area for discussion.

Facebook is well aware that its community wants a way to dislike something negative, rather than having to “like” everything.

Asked by a U.C. Davis law student during a public Q&A today if Facebook will ever add a dislike button, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that the company is “thinking” about it, so that expressing a negative sentiment “ends up being a force for good.”

Zuckerberg acknowledged that the company knows that many people think the “like” sentiment is not appropriate for posts such as when someone is sick. But he seemed to quickly backtrack. “The like button is valuable because it’s a quick way to share a positive sentiment,” Zuckerberg said. “Some people have asked for a dislike button so they can say something isn’t good, and we’re not going to do that. I don’t think that’s good for the community.”

People have long asked for a dislike button, and the question was one of the most common among the thousands of people who had posted comments on the Facebook page for today’s Q&A with Zuckerberg. And the CEO, wearing the same grey T-shirt he always wears, said he knows where people are coming from.

“The thing I think are really valuable is there are more sentiments just than people like something,” he said. “There are things in people’s lives that are sad, or that or tragic, and people don’t want to Like them. We’ve talked about for a while how can people express a wider range of emotions like surprise.”


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5 Things You Need to Know about Facebook’s Next 10 Years

5 Things You Need to Know about Facebook’s Next 10 Years | Internet Presence | Scoop.it
At Facebook’s annual developer conference this week, CEO Mark Zuckerberg outlined audacious goals for the social network’s next decade.

 

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Here’s how he plans to keep the more than 1 billion people that use Facebook every day engaged—and lure in still more users.
Here’s how he plans to keep the more than 1 billion people that use Facebook every day engaged—and lure in still more users.

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Facebook Creates Team to “Beam” Internet Everywhere on Planet

Facebook Creates Team to “Beam” Internet Everywhere on Planet | Internet Presence | Scoop.it

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that the company is launching a Connectivity Lab, a team of scientists tasked with bringing the Internet to remote places on the planet using new techniques, including beaming it down from the sky.

Zuckerberg said the team of about a dozen people includes scientists in the field of aeronautics and communications. Facebook has hired new employees from organizations like NASA, the National Optical Astronomy Observatory and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Facebook also said it hired five people from Ascenta, a UK-based company that developed the world’s longest-flying unmanned solar aircraft.

The Connectivity Lab is part of Zuckerberg’s previously announced Internet.org initiative, which aims to bring connections to parts of the planet where the Web is unavailable. He said achieving that goal will mean inventing new technologies, and said the lab will work with drones, satellites and lasers.

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