Mark Zuckerberg

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Mark Eliot Zuckerberg (English: Mark Elliot Zuckerburg, born May 14, 1984) is an American entrepreneur and social networking site famous for his co-installation of Facebook. Zuckerberg co-founded Facebook with his co-students Dustin Moskovitz, Eduardo Sverin and Chris Hughshay when they were going regularly at Harvard in all of them.

early life 

Zuckerberg was born in Viet Plains, a Jewish family in New York and grew up in Dobbs Ferrari, New York. He started programming when he was in middle school. Already, Zuckerberg was enjoying developing computer programs, especially communication equipment and games. Prior to attending the Philips Exeter Academy, Mark went to school at Ardsley High School "In high school, he performed excellent in classical music. He was transferred to the Philips Exeter Academy, when he was [3] immersed in Latin. He also created a program to help with relation to the staff of the office; he created a sports risk version and a music player named Synapse, Using artificial intelligence to learn the habits of the Nne does. Microsoft and Yeoel tried to Include buying and Zuckerberg the Synapse, But he decided to go to Harvard University, where he was recruited in a Jewish community, Alpha Epsilon. In college, he was known to fall in rows from the great poem like The Lead.



Zuckerberg launched Facebook from his Harvard dorm room on February 4, 2004. The idea of ​​Facebook was familiar with the long tradition of publishing it with the help of photos of more students, faculty and staff of all the students, faculty and staff, such as more colleges and schools, from the days of his Phillips Exeter Academy "Facebook." As in college, Zuckerberg's Facebook "Harvard Thing" began, then Zuckerberg decided to spread the Facebook to other schools and received support with the help of his roommate Dustin Moskovitz. He first spread it to Stanford, Dartmouth, Columbia, Cornell and Yale, and spread to other schools along with Harvard's social connections.

Migration to california 

Zuckerberg moved to Palo Alto, California with Moskovitz and other friends. They leased a small house which became suitable by their first office. In the summer, Zuckerberg met Peter Thiel, who invested in his company. His first office was found in the summer of 2004. According to Zuckerberg, the group decided to go back to Harvard in the autumn of late and finally decided to stay in California. Until today's date, he did not return to college by becoming a student.

news feed 

On September 5, 2006, Facebook launched a news feed, a production of what its friends were doing on the site. Zuckerberg has been criticized such as [weasel words] many have seen news feeds as unnecessary and cyberstalking as an object.

Facebook forum 

On May 24, 2007, Zuckerberg announced a Facebook Platform, a development platform for programmers to generate social applications in Facebook. This announcement has created great enthusiasm in the developer community. Within weeks, many applications were created and some already had millions of users. Today, there are more than 800,000 manufacturers' applications for Facebook platforms in the world. 

On July 23, 2008, Zuckerberg announced the Facebook Connect, a Facebook Platform version for users.

Facebook beacon 

On November 6, 2007, Zuckerberg announced a new social advertising system at a ceremony in Los Angeles. A part of the new program, called Beacon, was possible for people to share information with their Facebook friends on other sites based on their browsing activities. An eBay seller, for example, may have information about what to sell to their friends through their Facebook news feed, as they give the list of items. 

That program came under heavy privacy concerns from both privacy groups and individual users. Zuckerberg and Facebook were unable to respond quickly to concerns and on December 5, 2007, Zuckerberg finally wrote a blog post on Facebook and took responsibility for issues with Beacon and made available an easy way for users to get out of this service is

Connectivity dispute 

Harvard's student Cameron Winklevoss, Tyler Winklevoss and Divya Narendra accuse Zuckerberg of threatening him to believe that he is a Harvard (later called Connect). A social network by name will help in creating a site. He filed a lawsuit in 2004, but was dismissed on March 28, 2007 without adverse effect. After this, it was soon refurbished in the U.S. District Court in Boston and a preliminary hearing was scheduled on July 25, 2007. In the hearing, the judge told Connectu that many parts of the complaint had not been plaid properly and gave them the ability to refill a revised complaint sufficiently. On June 25, 2008, a lawsuit was heard and Facebook agreed to agree to the $ 65 million settlement

As part of the lawsuit, in November 2007, confidential court documents were posted on the Harvard Alumni magazine magazine 02138. It included Zuckerberg's social security number, his parents' home address and his girlfriend's address. Facebook filed for the document, but the judge ruled in favor of 02138.

Microsoft invested in Facebook 

On October 24, 2007, Facebook Inc. By selling Microsoft Corporation for a whopping $ 240 million to Microsoft Corporation, online search leader Google Inc. Dismiss the proposal for a contest from. It indicates that Facebook's market value was $ 15 billion at the time of sale. One of the Microsoft's modern Xbox 360 game consoles was made available which promoted Facebook, Twitter and Last .fm.

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