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Mark Zuckerberg gives Pope Francis model drone during Vatican meeting

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave Pope Francis a model drone during a meeting at the Vatican Monday. Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan met Pope Francis in the Santa Marta residence, the guest house in Vatican City where the pope lives.

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August 30th

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See Mark Zuckerberg’s hilarious Facebook Live Q&A with Jerry Seinfeld

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Earlier this week, Mark Zuckerberg hosted the first ever Facebook Live Q&A through the company's live streaming video platform. He discussed a myriad of topics with the millions of viewers who tuned in for the stream, but about 43 minutes in, he decided to bring on a special guest to join him. That guest just so happened to be Jerry Seinfeld.

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Jacob Siegal

June 16th

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Facebook is planning for life after Zuckerberg

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Zuckerberg is temporary, but Likes last forever


Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg is one of the most influential people in tech – remember how the crowd went nuts when he stole Samsung’s Galaxy S7 show a few months ago? – but he’s not going to be in charge of the most popular social network on Earth. And when he does step down from day-to-day management operations, he shouldn’t be able to dictate the future of the company. At least, that’s what Facebook’s board thinks.

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Chris Smith

June 3rd

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Mark Zuckerberg Is on Apple’s Side Even Though Most Americans Are Not

Facebook is the latest tech giant to join Apple’s battle against the FBI. Speaking at the Mobile World Congress today in Barcelona, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that he supports Apple’s decision not to provide back-door access for the government to crack the iPhone of a suspected terrorist.

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Alissa Walker

February 22nd

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Mark Zuckerberg sides w/ Apple in encryption battle as poll suggests public supports FBI

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Following Tim Cook sending a letter to all Apple employees earlier today regarding the issue, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has today expressed his support for Apple in its ongoing battle with the FBI. Speaking at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the Facebook CEO stated that he doesn’t believe that building back doors is the way to handle situations like the one being debated (via NY Times).

“I don’t think building back doors is the way to go, so we’re pretty sympathetic to Tim and Apple,” Zuckerberg said.

This comment is more direct than Facebook’s initial response to the issue, saying in a statement that it would “fight aggressively against requirements for companies to weaken the security of their systems,” without specifically mentioning Apple or Cook by name.

Also regarding Apple’s battle with the FBI, a new poll from the Pew Research Center suggests that the majority of the general public actually sides with the FBI. In a note published today, the research company shared data showing that 51 percent of U.S. citizens believe that Apple should comply with court requests and unlock the iPhone 5c used by one of the San Bernardino gunmen. Just 38 percent of the people surveyed, however, believe that Apple should stand firm and not unlock the iPhone in question, while 11 percent said they “didn’t know.” The data for this survey was collected “nationally” between February 18th and February 21st.

Following the court order last week and Cook’s subsequent open-letter slamming the request, a handful of tech companies have come out in supported Apple. The EFF, ACLU, and WhatsApp all voiced their unequivocal support for Apple. Google, on the other hand, remained vague in its support, with CEO Sundar Pichai and Android head Hiroshi Lockheimer making only vague statements regarding the topic.

Apple’s battle with the FBI over national security versus user privacy began last week and has since become one of the biggest and most complex stories in tech and politics. You can view all of our extensive coverage at the links below:


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February 22nd

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What people thought about Facebook way back in 2004

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I've been on Facebook since 2004, way back when the social network was exclusively limited to those with .edu email addresses. Back in those days, fellow old-timers might remember that using Facebook was markedly different from it is today. Back then, it was possible for users to delete the entirety of a friend's wall. Back then, many of the Facebook features that we now take for granted were incredibly exciting and new, such as being able to tag friends in photos and creating groups. Of course, way back in 2004, photo albums weren't even yet an option. And to think, people somehow lived this way!

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Yoni Heisler

January 21st

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It Took Less Than a Year for the Plot of Ex Machina to Become a Reality

Mark Zuckerberg just announced that his “personal challenge” for the new year is to build an artificial intelligence to help him around the house. Sound familiar? It’s basically the (horrifying) premise of Ex Machina .

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Adam Clark Estes

January 4th

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Mark Zuckerberg is building his own AI assistant that’s like Jarvis from ‘Iron Man’

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Mark Zuckerberg has big plans for 2016. In a blog post published over the weekend, the Facebook founder said that his aspirational New Years resolution for 2016 is to completely wire his house with an advanced Artificial Intelligence system similar to Jarvis, the digital butler from Iron Man.

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Yoni Heisler

January 4th

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Mark Zuckerberg Is Building A Real-Life Version Of Iron Man’s Digital Assistant ‘Jarvis’

iron man Mark Zuckerberg is known for setting himself tough challenges — whether that’s learning Mandarin, promoting equality, or (controversially) trying to solve global Internet access — but this year the Facebook founder just took things to another level. His personal project for 2016 is to bring Jarvis, Iron Man’s trusty digital assistant, to life. Read More

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Jon Russell

January 4th

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Mark Zuckerberg’s 2016 Resolution: Build An AI To Run His House

Mark Zuckerberg just revealed his 2016 resolution: build a simple AI to help him run his home.

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Andrew Liptak

January 3rd

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