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"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:33 min | 1 d ago

"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Who's afraid of peter. Thiel a new biography suggests we all should be by. Belinda luscomb paypal co founder. Peter thiel is famous for destroying media outlets not paying taxes and being a conservative tech billionaire. A new biography the contrarian suggests that he is after more than riches time chatted with its author journalist. Max chaff chicken time. Why should we care about peter thiel apart from the fact that he is another rich tech billionaire and they're all weirdly fascinating jeff skin. I think that peter thiel is secretly the most important person in silicon valley. He's this behind the scenes player. Who is behind so many of the really important things that have happened over the last two decades. Obviously facebook is one of the world's largest companies a lot of people think it's uniquely bad for the world and a lot of people are super skeptical of mark zuckerberg facebook. ceo and of course -til is behind facebook. He was the first outside money in the company. He is also the person who basically set up mark zuckerberg to be mark zuckerberg and turned him into this imperial ceo who is now arguably more powerful than a lot of world leaders. A lot of people are really excited about cryptocurrency and you can connect it back to pay pal. Which is the company that thiel co founded in the late nineteen ninety s with an explicitly libertarian. Ethos there's this aspect of crypto world. Now where people are really excited about the idea of taking power away from institutions and governments. And that's something that teal and is libertarian. Brethren that were starting that company were really interested in. It's not something that happens accidentally. Do you see -til as dangerous. It's really important that we understand the ideology of silicon valley. Five of the top ten companies in the world are tech companies. They exert an enormous cultural and economic influence over our lives. Those companies have been really successful at telling a story about the world and their place in the world. We're just trying to make the world a better place. -til comes with a very different perspective. He comes out of activists conservative media. I think it's really important that we explore the ideology of what somebody like. Peter thiel believes when you start peeling back the layers what you find. Is this very out their political and economic philosophy. That i think is a little bit scary. What do you find scary about. His economic and political philosophy. It's bordering on fascism -til taught this class at stanford and then turned it into a book called zero to one he talks about how companies are better run than governments because they have a single decision maker Dictator basically. He is hostile to the idea of democracy. That's pretty scary. When you consider the role the companies that he's been involved in play. Facebook i'd say is the most influential media entity in the history of humanity but he also has a major stake in several defense contractors including spacex. He would explain it as belief in efficiency and results right would not say. I don't think everybody has the right to vote. There would be some rationale and in fact at various times. He's walked back things he said. His whole thing is being slippery. But i think when you look at the body of what he's done and the things he's been involved with that's the picture that emerges a lot of people were very surprised that this nerdy gay californians son of immigrants tech per noor decided to support donald trump's presidency. Was it just the pure. I'm going to shut down government aspect of trump's policies that he liked if you look at his convention speech which i think was a really good speech. He talks about trump. As this guy who's going to shake things up. Who's going to remake government. So i think that's one part of it..

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"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on Tech News Today

Tech News Today

06:20 min | Last month

"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on Tech News Today

"What we've built together is worth defending together. Thanks so much to crowd strike for sponsoring this week's episode of tech newsweekly jason howell. Tell me about your story of the week. Well my story of the week. I thought you might be interested in as well. We've talked in recent weeks about the metaverse. Whatever that is depending on how you define it and how mark zuckerberg facebook defines it. You know his comments in the past and recent history anyways saying that facebook would become a metaverse company In the future. Whatever the heck the metaverse is. It's hard to not see this latest development as at least a piece of that pie or that piece of that puzzle it's called horizon workrooms and it was shown off to journalists this week just today. The kind of news Everybody released their news stories about the experience. And it's an open beta for the oculus right now. Apparently looks kinda like a vr second life But designed for people working together so this isn't necessarily a hang out environments it's more about the workplace so you know somewhere somewhere in this world many different employees. All wearing oculus quest headsets working all appearing inside of this virtual workspace essentially Sitting around you know u-shaped table everyone hanging out in the meeting. of course. The the headsets allowed for head tracking the handsets for hand tracking. And i'm not sure if this works without the handsets and actually tracks your hands Specifically but the idea At least according to the journalists who sat inside of this virtual space is that it. It is a way to if we're going to be virtual if we're going to be distanced You know now in the future. Whatever this is a way for employees from all over the world to come into physical space to have their meetings. That doesn't mean that if you don't have the are you aren't you aren't allowed in Others who can't join vr. they're still included. They're allowed to watch and can via their desktop and more of like a more like a passive viewing experience. But they can. Also you know from my understanding pitch in and communicate and everything as well. zuckerberg calls it the embodied internet Which you know maybe is another way of of of calling the metaverse or whatever that is but interesting nonetheless. It's up to sixteen people can can actually be there in. Vr in the work room together up to thirty four people can join by way of a video call from a desktop so more like viewing the vr presentation Approach there is a way for a separate app to bring in your computer screen into its own space so if you wanted to like show a demonstration or something under screen you can bring that into the center of the table. There's a virtual keyboard that sits underneath your hands. So you can take notes. You can do calendar entries. There's also a virtual whiteboard and a personal drawing pad all these things that are designed to make or help it replicate kind of a true meeting. You know but virtually so i don't know apparently facebook Using this internally for six months now what do you. What do you think we'll start there. Mike what what is this idea. Do for you. I've been playing with it all morning. and it's actually really interesting. So i i set it up This morning i got an email about a beta. And when i had installed it there's an app for the mac that lets you make your computer like virtual desktop essentially And then there's some pairing stuff you have to do you type in. These codes will walk and then i was able to set up the virtual environment. Now what's interesting about. It is of course i was just doing it by myself. I i joined and was was just experiencing it without anybody else in the room because they didn't have anybody else who had signed up for the baguette and even still it was a lot of fun so One of the first things that you do. Is you set up your desk. In virtual space Any many of you views used the oculus quest to may have already done this. Because facebook is offered this as part of the oculus quest to for a while Were you in the same way that you draw room boundary. You just do it with a desk and lets you have a stationary boundary. That does have your desk involved in it but this goes a little bit farther Where it will also do keyboard recognition so that she can see your keyboard in virtual space as well and My favorite feature for all of it was the digital whiteboard option. So this is a pretty neat thing where You are sitting in the room. And for me i was facing. I was literally at this desk facing forward. And when i turned to my right out extended into the distance was this gigantic whiteboard and Their their chairs sitting all around and to my left is the screen where the people who are joining a outside vr. able to to be And you you either use your hands. That's how they want you to use it as with your hands. But it was a little bit buggy without. I couldn't get my hands to actually show up. So i started using the controller and you take the controller and I'm trying to think of the best way to show this So the controller of course has that top ring around it and then there's the part that extends extends down sits in your hand. They want you to take the part that extends down into your hand will pretend this. Is this chopstick. I'm holding and grip it like it's a pen and then use that on your desk to draw on this whiteboard and if you look over to your right it shows up on the whiteboard that everybody can see so you can think about There's an option to import images. So you could take in. You know something that. You're all working on a website or something and circle areas and point out things. There are four different colors. There's an option to erase. And then it got even cooler because you can move from the desk to the whiteboard. And so i was able to Basically turn the wall that i had seen as the whiteboard..

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Facebook Wants To Copy Clubhouse Too

Techmeme Ride Home

00:46 sec | 8 months ago

Facebook Wants To Copy Clubhouse Too

"Surprising almost nobody sources are telling. Mike isaac in the new york times that facebook is building an audio chat product currently in its earliest stages of development to when you know clone clubhouse quote mark zuckerberg facebook's chief executive has been interested in audio communication forums. Said the people with knowledge of the matter and he appeared in the clubhouse app on sunday to chat about automated virtual reality facebook executives have ordered employees to create a similar product. Said the people who are not authorized to speak publicly the product is in its earliest stages of development they said and the products code-named could change. We've been connecting people through audio and video technologies for many years and are always exploring new ways to improve that experience for people. Emily high school. A facebook spokeswoman said and quote

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"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"City claiming more than eighteen hundred lives the US Federal Trade Commission is reported to have approved a five billion dollar penalty for Facebook to settle an investigation into data privacy violations Dave Lee reports from San Francisco the US Federal Trade Commission says Facebook had breached a promise it made in twenty eleven over how personal data that would be used what is not yet entirely clear is what additional measures might be imposed on Facebook in future such as independent oversight on the firm's privacy practices according to reports in the US media the measures won't include any personal repercussions for Facebook chief executive mark Zuckerberg Facebook told investors in April that it had already put aside most of the money needed to pay this penalty meaning there will be little financial strain on the company US prosecutors say the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein who's facing sex trafficking charges in New York paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to two people who might testify against him prosecutors made the allegation in a court filing a sting the Mister Epstein the tonight bail finally awaits trial on Friday president trump's labor secretary Alex Acosta resigned amid criticism of his handling of the case against Mister Eckstine a decade ago when was US attorney in Florida New Zealand is holding its first public firearms collection isn't in response to the mosque shootings in March which killed fifty one people the ownership of the types of high powered weapons used in the attack as being restricted Phil Mercer reports there were long queues it's a race course in Christ Church as gun owners waited to hand in weapons that are now illegal it's the first of more than two hundred and fifty by back events that will be held across New Zealand's the police expect that tens of thousands of guns will be surrendered some owners a complaining that compensation is inadequate world news from the BBC at least twelve people have been killed in Somalia southern port of Kismayu when else about militants stormed a hotel some of the security forces at the siege was now over and that the four attackers been shot dent the Islamist militants stormed the building off to targeting it with a large car bomb as regional politicians and clan elders meant insight to discuss forthcoming regional elections well known journalist and social media activist hold on the line no lawyer is reported to be among the victims firefighters in Hawaii boxing to control the raging wildfire this led to the evacuation of thousands of people the place on the island of Maui sometimes called the valley on the scorched more than four thousand hectares of former sugar cane fields and brush since interrupted on Thursday US vice president Mike pence is visited to migrant detention centers near the border with Mexico to see the conditions that Democrats in Congress have condemned as inhumane and one facility he saw nearly four hundred men crimes behind metal fences with not enough room for the mall to lie on the concrete floor speaking of two with Mr pens defended the work of the border agents very tough stuff the families that are swept up in this crisis on our southern border but I must tell you that different from what we hear from many of the critics.

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"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"It's easier to feel like you belong when you're part of smaller communities and amongst your closest friends. So it's no surprise that. The fastest way is that we're all communicating online are private messaging in small groups and in stories as the world gets bigger and more connected. We need that sense of intimacy more than more than ever. So that's why I believe that the future is private. All right. So that was obviously, Mark Zuckerberg Facebook CEO speaking at the recent conference, so you can see the common thread through all of these privacy is basically the new hotness in technology. So Monica for me as I was listening to all of those sought Gina. Dallas pitch seemed the most natural Microsoft has been fighting these battles literally for decades security, trustworthy computing. They had their own regulatory. Eagles with FTC back in the day. And it seemed like just sort of a natural extension of their conversation. It was interesting that both Tim cook and soon DARPA shy focused on products. Like, here's exactly how it's going to happen. And then Mark Zuckerberg to me sounded like he was somebody who was saying exactly what he thought everybody wanted him to say. And that he didn't really believe it that was my gut reaction as just a human being watching that speech. What were your takeaways on all of these things, and what are your thoughts on where this puts the tech industry overall? As you look at what these companies are doing now. Well, big picture tech companies pitching privacy is kind of like the organization that drained the well now trying to sell you bottled water, you know, it's it's a little bit of a hard pill to swallow. It certainly easier in the case of apple and Microsoft because their businesses don't rely on the ability to collect huge amounts of data and monetize it Facebook and Google it's a little bit more difficult to believe them. And I. One of the reasons Google is focusing on a product narrow lease as sort of a distraction from the bigger picture premise of their business,.

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Facebook let companies access users' friends data

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03:29 min | 3 years ago

Facebook let companies access users' friends data

"In Europe today, Nick Schifrin tells us there are new documents that show the social media giant gave other companies select access to user's data. Judy. The documents were released by a British parliament committee and seemed to show Facebook using all of our data as a bargaining chip to increase revenue the committee accuses Facebook of cutting special deals with companies like Netflix Airbnb and lift to access users data because those companies were advertising on Facebook Facebook restricted access to users dated a company's at deemed competition the data. We're talking about is users education and religious background. Also, preferences, what users like and don't like this matters because Facebook claimed to have restricted access to this data to all companies in two thousand fifteen and it matters because it raises questions about Facebook's interest in collecting your data and making money for the record the NewsHour works with Facebook on some video projects talk about all this. I'm joined by the Washington Post Silicon Valley correspondent Elizabeth Watkin from San Francisco. Thank you very much for being on the news hour, can we start with these internal discussions in two thousand twelve and we now have these emails Facebook figuring out how to make money. Mark Zuckerberg writes the following in October twenty twelve without limiting distribution or access to friends who use this app. I don't think we have any way to get developers to pay us at all does that shows Brooke thinking about users data as some kind of bargaining chip. I think it does. And you have to see the big picture here. Which is this is right after Facebook is on gone public. And the media story is that they can't pivot to mobile are they going to make money their stock price was dropping. And so they have at the time this whole developer community in or tens of thousands of apps that are literally writing off the social graph. Even the Obama came campaign did at Cambridge analytic did it and they're looking and saying we need to make money. And so they're looking at these relationships with thousands of developers, and you can see this intense bargaining. That's going on between Zuckerberg Facebook's top brass over who should get access and how while at the same time what they're publicly telling developers is. Is that all the access is free and neutral and this runs up until this debate runs through twenty fifteen when they finally decide twenty fourteen two thousand fifteen to finally decide to cut off access, but what we're learning is that actually there were whole categories of exceptions at the time. So let's fast forward to twenty eighteen Mark Zuckerberg is in front of congress. This is April. And he is speaking in two in response to a question from dean Heller Republican of Nevada. Well, Senator once again, we don't sell any data to anyone. We don't sell it to advertisers. And we don't sell it to developers. What we do allow is for people to sign into apps and bring their data and it used to be the date of some of their friends. But now it isn't with them. And that I think makes sense. I mean, that's basic data portability the ability that you own the data, you should be able to take it from one to another if you'd like the documents out today show that while Facebook didn't sell data they use the data to make. It's the documents strongly suggests that now the caveat is we are seeing bits and pieces in the documents. It's not like it's a full transcript of everything Facebook ever did. But from what we can tell what's interesting is that privacy didn't come up that much in the documents. It was all about competition

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Jeff Bezos' Fortune Drops Another $8 Billion As Amazon's Stock Falters

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Jeff Bezos' Fortune Drops Another $8 Billion As Amazon's Stock Falters

"Has lost a lot Jeff Bezos personally lost nineteen point two billion dollars in two days in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Bryan, sir. I hate it. When that happens to me. Oh boy. Yeah. It's been it's been quite a run twenty four percent for Amazon down which is pretty significant, but for Facebook, and we haven't done the calculations on on Mark Zuckerberg Facebook's down about thirty four and a half percent from the peak. So he would have suffered a lot too and net flicks. So you know, as well, they're they're down twenty three

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"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on This Week In Google

"A great article. I think as always by Ben Thompson, talking about Kevin system saying that the CEO of Instagram, as soon as he sold to. Facebook really is Mark Zuckerberg and his no other way around it. And as soon as you sell your company, that's what happens. And that's that. I feel like everyone talking about Brian Acton and I'm like, okay, yes, he left a lot of money on the table, but go, you went to try to get that money. He got a lot of money, and it's really easy after you sell your company to Facebook for twenty two billion dollars to be like, oh yeah, it there's. There's no doubt what Mark Zuckerberg Facebook are going to do in this situation. There was never any doubt if you so your company you can. You can fight to keep it from being monetize, but it's kind of an away with what Ben Thompson saying over at strategic ry is you're selling your company due to Facebook. That's what they do. They're a business and he says, that's the difference between creating a product and running a business. Well, no, and I would say you don't even have. Okay, I agree. That's that's sort of true, but you don't have to run a business the way Facebook runs a business. No, you can run. You have to monetize. You have to monetize in Brian Acton actually talked about doing some sort of pennies per over many which sort of Sandberg citizen nonstarter wouldn't scale scale. Enacting says to Sandberg the CEO Facebook. Well, you don't mean it won't scale. Of course, it'll scale. What you mean is it won't make as much money as our plan. And that's good for him for calling that out. I mean, but I, I will say that part of this part of the problem here is you take venture capital. You suddenly have people on your board who are going to push you to make the most lucrative exit possible, which will take the the goals of your company and change them. And you know, this is this is wants to sell your soul. You can't really complain that the devil is a bad guy. Exactly. You know, you're not thinking. It a will matter. You certainly can't go like I'm really sorry about my users. I have to live with that every day from fight yacht from. Strategic ary. Ben Thompson system was never this CEO. Vince to Graham to be a CEO is to have a company that can stand on its own. The difference from Zuckerberg Instagram's real CEO is stark. Facebook launched in February, sold two thousand four sold his. I add two months later, you know, they, they basically was always built to be of viable business. And I have to say, I agree that a lot of times with apps and a lot of the stars in Silicon Valley, there's never really a notion of, well, how is this going to be a business? It's it's more how we're going to exit. How are we going to return are the money to our investors..

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"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

Politics and More Podcast

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

"So in April soccer, Berg embarked on that apology tour his appearance before congress came in that period last week, Sheryl Sandberg the chief operating officer of Facebook testified in a hearing on foreign influence in social media. And once again, you know, the committee's vice chairman Senator Warner's said that he gave her a pretty hard time. He said that he thinks that social media companies are entering a new era, and he basically promised that there's going to be more government oversight. He's but the size and reach of your platforms demand that we as policymakers do our job to ensure proper oversight, transparency and protection for American users. Enter democratic institutions. The era of the wild west in social media is coming to an end where we go from here though, is an open question. So what did he mean by that? Evan, I think that the mood in Washington has sort of solidified into an understanding that there has to be a new set of rules around social media. And this is the beginning of a new era. There was when the internet was first growing in the United States, and you had all of these new companies that were staking out different kinds of businesses. The default position from Washington was, let's create the conditions that make it easier for them to grow. And there's now this broad recognition that that period is over that these companies now have such an important role to play in the in the content and the nature of our democracy in our political discourse that they have to be held accountable for what happens on their platforms, but nobody is quite sure what that will look like. There's going to be hearings in front of the Federal Trade commit. Mission. There are going to be certainly more hearings in front of congress, and I think the companies recognize that the process is happening. And so what they're trying to do is shape it, they they can no longer say, we don't think we should be regulated that's going to impede the growth of American business. What they're saying is, let's make sure that these rules are rules. We can work with. A lot of this is going to rest on Sandberg shoulder. So she's the architect of Facebook's business strategy. She's also been a little bit absent over the past two years. There was an interesting critical piece in the Wall Street Journal last week titled Sheryl Sandberg's new job is to fix Facebook's reputation and her own. Tell us a little bit more about her role in the company's troubles. I think the idea when Cheryl Sandburg came aboard in two thousand eight was that she was going to be to use the old cliche the adult supervision. She was going to tell Mark Zuckerberg, the engineer, look, that's bad idea. You need to be more conscious of the law to be more conscious of politics. You have to be really thinking. More broadly. And instead what happened was that Facebook ended up kind of galloping so far in the direction of growth that those other important considerations. They were always secondary. Somebody said to me in the peace. This executive said, I have a couple of friends who are colorblind, and if you're colorblind, you rely on other people to lay your clothes out for you. So you don't look like bozo the clown and the job of the board and of Sheryl Sandberg is to lay the close out so that Mark zuckerberg's blind spots are not leaving the company exposed. And I think there's going to be a real pressure on her to demonstrate that this company in the full range of ways is ready to take on these responsibilities. She issued a statement saying that that she's been working at Facebook for a decade because she believes in soccer Burg's vision of the good that can come from connecting people, and I still feel that way..

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"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

Politics and More Podcast

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

"Disinformation campaign at part of that means that after the election, even after it was becoming clear to the public into the press and independent researchers that something dramatic had happened. Fish book was was very resistant to the idea and Mark Warner Senator from Virginia's vice chairman of the intelligence committee said to me that when he first talked to Facebook about this problem and trying to get a greater understanding of it, he he found that they were in his words completely dismissive. And so it took them a long time to come around to the idea that they had a. Very serious problem on their hands. Well, and then they had a very serious second problem, which was the Cambridge politico scandal at which raised major concerns over privacy and breaching the privacy of Facebook users. How did Facebook handle that uproar? We'll that was first brought to their attention way back in December of two thousand fifteen. When the guardian newspaper, I came to Facebook and said, look, we now know that there's been this breach of trust of data in which data was sold to Cambridge Analytica and at the time Facebook didn't agree with that assessment. But in a sense, the more important thing is that they didn't tell regulators about it. They didn't tell users about it. And so you had a situation in which eighty seven million Facebook users had been compromised, but the company was quiet about it. It took a long time. It was not until March of twenty eighteen in which other newspapers followed up on that reporting that you began to hear Facebook acknowledged. This problem. Him, and that really was a watershed moment more than two years after they had been notified. Yeah. And the fact that they sat on it for so long is of acute interest to regulators and law enforcement in the United States. You now have investigations underway by the FBI the SEC, the Federal Trade Commission. They are all looking into this question of what did Facebook know and when did they know it and what has Facebook dot? They're, they're lingering worries about interference in the midterm elections, this fall, what has Facebook done to address those. They are pushing very hard to demonstrate that they're ready for these elections. Over the last few months, they have made a few big announcements where they've taken down information operations attempts to try to monkey around in American politics. A couple of them were Russian campaigns. At one case, it seems to be a campaign originating from Iran, but what they're trying to show overall is we get it. We've got this huge new investment in what they call election integrity. In many ways. They are now having to take on the kind of operations that traditionally you would imagine where government's responsibility and one of the people involved used to work in the White House on the national Security Council working on cyber policies now doing more or less the same thing for Facebook, and it's just sort of underscores the way in which Facebook which started in the dorm room. Fourteen years ago now has to have some of the instincts and operations of government, but we really won't know honestly how. Prepared. They are until the midterms happen. This week on the New Yorker radio hour. We'll talk with the family, a mother father, three kids all trying to keep things together. After mom's deported to Honduras, I taught her how to use the Hoover would. And then when she actually wanted me to send her the hover board, but under us. Yeah, crazy. It'll kill you. That's the New Yorker radio hour from WNYC studios. Listen where you got your podcast..

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Facebook will spend $10M on CEO Mark Zuckerberg's private jets and security

Bill Handel

02:53 min | 3 years ago

Facebook will spend $10M on CEO Mark Zuckerberg's private jets and security

"From, Orange County to Santa Fe Pasadena Arizona Lindsey light with the US force service says she seen crews from all over. Gathered the command center at lake him. It we basically have set. Up a camp it's like a miniature. City we have everything that. We need here we have showers sleeping areas we have food group has launched an all-out ground and, air assault on the fire that started Wednesday. Thousands have been forced to leave their homes. Some houses have been. Destroyed in Riverside County Corbin Carson KFI news the man accused of. Starting that huge fire near. Idyllwild plus eight others has pleaded not guilty he's. Charged with more. Than a dozen arson crimes Riverside County spokesman John Hall says there could even be. More charges filed because. The fires still burning if anything should, happen the, damage increases If there's any injuries etc. Defense lawyer Joseph Cammarata says if the. Fires were arson set they. Hoped a real person responsible is found our thoughts and prayers are with the first responders that are, battling these fires right now in the families. That are affected by them demand charge could. Get life in prison. If he's convicted people in reading have been reporting fire NATO's that. Firefighters say are happening because. Of the speed and power of the wins a. Person who lives. In the area says seeing the fire from a mountain top reminded him of Dante's. Inferno a book depicting, hell is beyond Well I don't have to imagine anymore because I can see it higher fighters say they, have never seen fire activity like this to people have died in the fire that, started Monday it has burned more than forty eight thousand acres, and destroyed five. Hundred homes and other buildings protection is pricey if you're Mark Zuckerberg Facebook has approved spending ten million dollars. A year in security for its CEO and his family. Business insider reports Zuckerberg, can. Spend the. Money on bodyguards, home security and private aircraft last, year Facebook spent nearly seven. And a half million dollars protecting its billionaire founder it was less than five million in two thousand fifteen and sixteen zuckerberg's salary is just a dollar, but his sixty seven billion dollar net. Worth is tied to his stake, in Facebook errand bender. KFI news and checking, traffic from your helpful socal Honda traffic center Cal trans work. In bell on the seven tenths northbound's out, of the seventeen between Florence in Washington boulevard three right lanes are. Closed until about seven o'clock stopped And go through photo southbound side of the seven ten from. The five to Atlantic close as well they should be wrapping up the southbound side of closer here the. Next few minutes but in the, meantime you are things approach the five interchange on the fourteenth south before via. Princessa we have a, crash here that was in the carpool lane they stopped all lanes cleared off to the right side you are. Seeing a pretty heavy backup already saying canyon road and can the. Five southbound lake Hughes road to magic mountain Parkway product here to Cal fans and. Has only the right lane opened this when again should be wrapping up in the next to the, wild if you happen to see anything f- flown you down give us a call, on the Ralph saving.

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Facebook stock drops $100 billion following Cambridge Analytica fiasco

Arizona's Morning News

01:59 min | 3 years ago

Facebook stock drops $100 billion following Cambridge Analytica fiasco

"Worst trading day for Facebook since going public in two thousand twelve even set a Wall Street, record also I Tyler I. Don't have an answer we're learning more about the murder of a young DPS, trooper and now with our top story here's Jimmy west Facebook founder. Mark Zuckerberg is a lot lighter in the wallet today after his social media giant took the biggest one day, stock, price, drop in, American, history, KTAR's Jim cross is live with more, Jamie Facebook lost more than one hundred billion dollars worth of stock. Values. Soccer Berg Mark Zuckerberg Facebook founder fifteen billion on his own, fewer people logging on more and more deactivating accounts as what's behind the plunge ABC's Kenneth says the discovery of huge numbers of fake Facebook pages like the Russians during the two thousand sixteen election just one reason and then word that Cambridge, Analytica a firm hired by the, two thousand sixteen Trump campaign may have improperly obtained information from up to eighty seven Million, users has not just Facebook having troubled more and more Twitter users are jumping ship shares of Twitter before Wall Street opens are down already more than fifteen percent live in the news center Jim cross KTAR news It is six zero one and now from the, valley Chevy dealers traffic, center let's, check. In first, time. With detour. Dan who always likes to. Remind us what day of the week it is I know, I wish you would have helped me out with that yesterday Jim first of all good morning Joe good morning Jamie good morning good morning all day yesterday I. Thought it was Wednesday It was such a long leak at I'm telling, you now as I, look freeway, picture. Right now, first. Of all. Let's get the important business. Out of the way okay Right, now what are we got going on and? Traffic, well first of, all I go back to what I just. Heard Paul Calvi Saint about he shaming himself with the donuts high. Picture everybody right now with chocolate, Donut icing on both sides of their face a milk. Mustache you've got time for it this. Morning there's no freeway. Crashes there's no freeway delays like one extra minute on the ten eastbound on the inner. Loop you're good to..

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Zuckerberg, Facebook and Apple discussed on Red Eye Radio

Red Eye Radio

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Zuckerberg, Facebook and Apple discussed on Red Eye Radio

"They had to have known and apparently zuckerberg was not telling the whole story there when he was testifying recently on capitol hill during the new york times facebook had reached data sharing partnerships with at least sixty device makers including apple amazon blackberry microsoft and samsung during the last decade starting before facebook apps were widely available on smartphone company officials said the deals most of which remained in effect allow facebook to expand the.

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Dangerous ‘Facebook Lottery’ scam on Facebook could cost you thousands

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

01:45 min | 3 years ago

Dangerous ‘Facebook Lottery’ scam on Facebook could cost you thousands

"Which had been up on positive earnings earlier today down fourteen mcdonald's joining the wave of companies to report not only bigger earnings growth for the first quarter but bigger than analysts expected just over half the companies of the s and p five hundred have reported their earnings for the first three months of the year and they are on pace to deliver overall growth of twenty three percent according to fact sets that would be the strongest showing since the summer of twenty ten federal reserve all but sure to leave interest rates unchanged this week though steady economic growth and inflation pressures will likely keep the fed on a path toward for the rate hikes later this year will have more money news for you coming up in about a half hour here on komo news a warning if you're a facebook user a lottery scam abc's janai norman has the red flags that you need to watch out for cameras promising innocent victims big box then duping them out of cash instead i think they just want my money away was thrilled to open this message telling her she one half a million dollars dollars that's is waking up rich tamar this game or had her full name address email and phone number insisting the fbi was involved in the check would be delivered by fedex it actually looks legit if you just you don't know any different it wasn't until a man claiming to work for fedex called asking her for three hundred fifty dollars in processing fees that's jozef got suspicious fedex telling abc news it does not send unsolicited messages or emails to customers requesting money and while facebook does require a real name to join the social media giant estimates there are as many as sixty million fake account on the site we even found some impersonating facebook founder mark zuckerberg facebook.

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"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on Here & Now

"Okay so they and they look for information about lots of things we mentioned the number of bathrooms you might have in our home they have categories like thrifty elders and bikers hell's angels types and even category for novelty elvis products people who worship elvis for good reason i should say now if you you're an elvis novelty product collector what would they do well there knowing that you are that kind of a person who likes that particular product mike send certain signals maybe like those kinds of products would would go back to the store to buy them maybe you have certain political preferences maybe you have certain kinds of friends and like certain kinds of music all of those things are inferences about your interests in your behaviors which can readily be marketed to advertisers and other third parties that are trying to get you and this is totally legal correct absolutely there's no regulatory framework really that that that polices this whole data ecosystem so i think a lot of us know that what we put out there is open and that were vulnerable but maybe people don't know that there are specific companies these big data brokers in the united states they are axiom oracle epsilon experien and some others how lucrative business is this well i it's it's hard to know exactly how lucrative business this is because essentially there is very little transparency into how these companies operate but what we do know is that these data brokers partner with all sorts of companies across the digital ecosystem that have an interest in collecting data and commercializing it and facebook and twitter and google are some of those companies now facebook shut this off because of the public pressure that they're under at this time and that is having a tremendous impact on the four companies you mentioned in particular axiom told the public that one facebook took this commercial decision axiom immediately saw a very heavy hit to its practice to the to the tune of about twenty five million dollars a year let's your health that shutting off came about because the data brokers as a group came up several times last week during the days of congressional testimony with ceo mark zuckerberg facebook ceo democratic.

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"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"Okay so i want you to walk me through this and i think it'll probably help catch everybody else up in the process so first off why was mark zuckerberg facebook ceo on capitol hill this past week mr zuckerberg went to washington because he was facing mounting criticism over a series of scandals that facebook has been dealing with over the past year the most visible and most recent one is the cambridge analytic scandal in which up to eighty seven million facebook users had their data shared with this political consultancy firm that was backed by big republican names like steve bannon rob mercer so that happened and it's been making headlines for weeks and it sort of got to a point where he couldn't avoid it anymore and this came on top of the scandal tied to the two thousand sixteen presidential election in which facebook and other social media tools were used by russian agents to discord and and stir things up so i if if news k fake news yes so i think he just he had to at this point so he appears and it's a series of hearings that he's essentially involved in its two hearings right before multiple committees and multiple legislators was both house and senate yes so on the first day he appeared before the senate and that was a joint meeting of the energy and commerce and judiciary committee not hundred percent sure but i think that's what it was and then the following day he appeared before the house.

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Mark Zuckerberg's testimony reveals Congress' confusion about Facebook

Jared and Katie in the morning

00:59 sec | 3 years ago

Mark Zuckerberg's testimony reveals Congress' confusion about Facebook

"The number one hit music station one zero seven five ks the l onboard for starting the program that's fine we're going to do it at six o'clock might as well as katie says little friday yes stole that from austin cavernous from w exi oh but you know what he's not on tv anymore i'll take it after cabinets now i can't steal that from past passer then well mark zuckerberg of facebook testified for many more hours five hours before congress and again it seems like our elected officials don't even know what facebook is this week we all have the chance to see members of congress questioned facebook founder mark zuckerberg facebook a media company and if there's one of them we learned how many apps are there that you'd have to investigate each this is twitter the same as what you do our elected officials are totally clueless but thanks to a grant from the department.

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Zuckerberg: Facebook was 'slow' to notice Russian interference

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:43 min | 3 years ago

Zuckerberg: Facebook was 'slow' to notice Russian interference

"Ceo mark zuckerberg will head back to capitol hill to testify before members of the house today during his testimony before joint senate committees suck burke acknowledged making mistakes and apologize for his company's privacy failures one of my greatest regrets in running the company is that we were slow in identifying the russian information operations in two thousand sixteen we expected them to do a number of more traditional cyberattacks which we did identify and notify the campaigns that they were trying to hack into them but we were slowed identifying the type of of new information operations suckered segment of his top priorities this year is to prevent foreign actors from interfering in us elections ifop

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Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook and Robert Muller discussed on Tara Granahan

Tara Granahan

01:15 min | 3 years ago

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook and Robert Muller discussed on Tara Granahan

"Revolution softwash news center it's zemun ball gresh thanks here's what's going on ceo mark zuckerberg says facebook is cooperating with special counsel robert muller in the russia probe zuckerberg adds it was clearly a mistake to believe that cambridge analytica deleted data it had gathered about and from facebook users in an attempt to sway elections stocks jumped today after chinese president xi jinping says beijing will reduce tariffs on imported cars and improve intellectual property protection steps the cookies trade tensions facebook climbed to see mark zuckerberg testified before the senate about the company's privacy scandal the dow gaining four hundred twenty nine points and to gun control bills passed the rhode island house judiciary committee this evening one would ban bump stocks the other would enact red flag measures procedures for preventing a person exhibiting certain behaviors from buying certain kinds of weapons from the seascape lawn care weather center accuweather meteorologist bob larsen says clearing tonight low thirty two sunshine mixed with some clouds tomorrow high fifty thursday cloudiness with a bit of rain in the afternoon and a high of fifty nine right now it's forty two degrees here at the weather station from the new england truck solutions traffic center here is your courtesy of target regional traffic.

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Death on Autopilot: California Crash Victim's Tesla Drove Itself Into Barrier

02:44 min | 3 years ago

Death on Autopilot: California Crash Victim's Tesla Drove Itself Into Barrier

"Delivers for amazon amazon said the postal service makes money on its deliveries tesla said in the moments before a fatal crash involving a self driving model x on march twenty third the autopilot in the car was engaged with the adaptive cruise control follow distance set to minimum all that's according to a tesla blog post tesla said the driver's hands were not on the wheel at the time of the crash despite several audio and visual warnings global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm susanna palmer this is bloomberg welcome to bloomberg law i'm june grosso ahead in this hour taxpayers win around the supreme court now appearing in the federal courthouse in washington dc at and t and time warner face off against the us justice department president trump's legal team shrinks as he faces a critical stage in negotiations with the special counsel over an interview and the pressure of facebook's data scandal lead ceo mark zuckerberg to agree to testify before congress mark zuckerberg facebook ceo has been the subject of withering criticism from democratic and republican members of congress from privacy advocates and from the public over yet another privacy crisis revelations that political consulting firm cambridge analytical harvested data from about fifty million facebook users without their knowledge the ftc took the unusual step this week of confirming its investigating facebook over whether the social media company via limited the terms of a twenty eleven consent decree the pressure on facebook has led zakar burke to agree to testify before congress or quoting to an official familiar with the plans my guest is woodrow heart song professor at northeastern university law school would you let's start with the consent decree what did facebook agreed to in that decree and did it's deal with cambridge at violate that decree mcree was pretty standard in that's it facebook promise not to do things like make privacy statements to get consent for certain kinds of non public uses them to engage in a comprehensive privacy program the critical comprehensive privacy program it's not clear actually whether the cambridge analytica incidents violated any of the actual terms of the considered let's talk about zuckerberg he announced steps the company would take to better protect users data and on wednesday announced a new privacy shortcut menu on mobile devices do those address the real privacy concerns of the public.

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"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"No i don't like lines of the worst terrible stop it they know so it's amazon is nothing but a positive thing for recon me now if you want to argue about the tax the way they're dodging taxes and they're avoiding paying then they ought to be paying their fair share you know what what i say to that is i think we ought to focus on getting everybody else to pay as little taxes as amazon pays and then we'll all be a better world so instead of trying to focus on amazon pain it's fair share why don't we talk about how we're getting fleeced and see if we can't get the tax rules amended so that we can do what amazon's doing and that way we can all avoid paying taxes with trump is never talked about mark zuckerberg facebook he isn't tuned into the debate over how they handle people's data anything's the russian story is a hoax sources say and the general idea is that trump is an old school business guy he's a he's into you know tangible physical products like buildings and newspapers and pry tennis shoes not facebook and media and and selling services the way that we do now in america and that's one of the reasons that says a lot about him when you take a look at the decisions he's making to try and keep jobs here and keep production here is that he is he doesn't truly understand the new economy and the economy is changing so quickly right now i don't think a lot of americans see what the new economy is we are in a services based and and information age now where are your knowledge is what's value and it's one of the reasons i taught my online business course was i wanted you guys to understand just how easy it was to take what you know what you know about because you're everybody out there who's listening to this is an expert at something i don't know it might be model trains like everything we of course you are on this this room is not big enough for both having an ego lindsey so you're gonna have to check yours at the door okay.

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"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Oh straight exactly what i'm talking about here likes newsletter is a must read because here's the thing almost exactly five years ago why had this idea for a two acronym there would sum up the hottest grow stocks route fag short for facebook games i netflixing google which has since become alphabet hey i like yeah gives so much that are shamelessly adopted some would even go so far as to say 'yes stole it i like appropriated best what didn't take going through the rest of the industry to follow suit with fine now the past week it's been mighty ruffle time bit disappointed got hammered facebook of puerto varieties of good quarter but the commentary confirmed somewhat of a parish narrative about the stock and of course amazon and netflix scott slim yesterday loans arrest more him despite the fact that they are both doing very well that said let's consider how you if you put the fang names five years ago when we recommended them facebook is served five harden 47 percent amazon skiing ford forty one percent jeff looks as skyrocket since december said and alphabet could weakest of the four still rallied one hundred eighty three percent when i was the thank stocks from five and thirty four percent that's a sixfold increase in just five years that's why we try to identify individual winners that's why it's not so few watchman mine that's why stock picking is worth what normally you'd only expect to see such mammoth gains from tiny smallcap stocks but these are some of the largest companies are they're right in front of you it up poorer loins letter usda muri reference to put their mussa perspective the nasdaq is up one hundred twenty four percent during the same period and p's up seventy eight percent as pair of fang these the average is just more importantly for the last five years spain has been incredibly resilient as lang points out the socalled experts tried to crush these stories over and over again they laugh at them it's like it's like carrying in the gm i mean none of them really mattered every time fag bounce back the group was incredible staying power thanks to the visionary leadership of mark zuckerberg facebook tip pays us.

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"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Oh straight exactly what i'm talking about here likes newsletter is a must read because here's the thing almost exactly five years ago why had this idea for a two acronym there would sum up the hottest grow stocks route fag short for facebook games i netflixing google which has since become alphabet hey i like yeah gives so much that are shamelessly adopted some would even go so far as to say 'yes stole it i like appropriated best what didn't take going through the rest of the industry to follow suit with fine now the past week it's been mighty ruffle time bit disappointed got hammered facebook of puerto varieties of good quarter but the commentary confirmed somewhat of a parish narrative about the stock and of course amazon and netflix scott slim yesterday loans arrest more him despite the fact that they are both doing very well that said let's consider how you if you put the fang names five years ago when we recommended them facebook is served five harden 47 percent amazon skiing ford forty one percent jeff looks as skyrocket since december said and alphabet could weakest of the four still rallied one hundred eighty three percent when i was the thank stocks from five and thirty four percent that's a sixfold increase in just five years that's why we try to identify individual winners that's why it's not so few watchman mine that's why stock picking is worth what normally you'd only expect to see such mammoth gains from tiny smallcap stocks but these are some of the largest companies are they're right in front of you it up poorer loins letter usda muri reference to put their mussa perspective the nasdaq is up one hundred twenty four percent during the same period and p's up seventy eight percent as pair of fang these the average is just more importantly for the last five years spain has been incredibly resilient as lang points out the socalled experts tried to crush these stories over and over again they laugh at them it's like it's like carrying in the gm i mean none of them really mattered every time fag bounce back the group was incredible staying power thanks to the visionary leadership of mark zuckerberg facebook tip pays us.

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"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"There's a tremendous amount of potential hud differential advantages that can be conveyed by regulatory decisions and it's not transparent it's not going to be open to the public uh not really whatever they say in principle the end this is exactly where rigid inflexible rules uh you know they may be worse than an idealized regulator would would pursue but they be a whole lot better them what a her regulator who is actually responding to a big campaign contributors is likely to do you might have heard of read hoffman he's a a legendary silicon valley investor and entrepreneur he cofounded linked dan he invested early and facebook an airbnb one of early people in pay powell everyone in technology goes to him for advice on how to make something huge and now he's back for the second season of his excellent podcast i guess i listen to masters of scale with the new episodes reitox the famous founders about what really happens as companies go from zero to a gazillion guess on masters of scale have included mark zuckerberg facebook franceschi of airbnb read hastings of net look sheryl sandberg of facebook care golden of hint water basically a who's who of people have started the biggest most important was interesting companies and technology read gets them all on his podcast and they're not just retailing the same story you always here these are real tools real on the ground advice you can use to build your business or at least understand how businesses are built the stories unmasked as a scale are honest their useful and and they're often pretty funny note.

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"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"You have to handle that differently than you would regime that's at a different stage that hasn't crossed that would down from calls that red wine all right so you really do have to check out this video about north korea that's moving upstream on wsjcom what other installments do you have coming up about what's coming our way what what what's coming up from upstream some very different topics so new from north korea talking about universal basic income we're actually traveled to canada where they're just now beginning an experiment with giving 4000 people basically seventeen thousand dollars a year no limits the work requirements because they just want to see what people do with it and this is going to bring upstream new data straight up cash straight up cash yet straight up cash spended how you like it we want to see what you do with it you've got to fill at lots of surveys because this is a social experiment and this comes at a time when you've got people like elon musk of test so when you've got mark zuckerberg facebook saying we start thinking about basic income because and the recent acv is that nieto uh artificial intelligence and robotics are going to make some major changes to our world and will need to find some new policy solutions where need of may have to rethink may have to think rethink capitalism to some degree moving upstream executive producer jason bolini thanks for being with us thank you jr and finally constellation brands the us distributor of corona and more delo reported a thirteen percent jump in beer sales in the summer months the gains come as market leaders budweiser and bud light continue to lose volume and even craft beer which until two years ago is experiencing strong growth.

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"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"No without a doubt but the issue you have to look at here is that we'd be not just a regulated utility in the united states but also an all the other markets where its operating so from that standpoint you're looking at compliance costs which are gonna be unfolded across its global operations and you know arguably is it gonna serve to slow the growth rate uh for google meet for facebook um yeah he may that may actually happened but i think it's certainly going to cut into what their profit margins are and i think it you know if it does serve to slow the growth of new see the multiple start to come under pressure but i think meet you know nearterm earnings expectations for the third quarter i think you're or save for the fourth quarter probably as well but it's more in terms as we look forward towards 2018 2019 that we have to take into account these changing elements in how they expect the evaluation david have you taken note as a change in tone by facebook's leadership as soon as these issues at the come front and center well i i think in this regard know we go back and see what mark zuckerberg facebook ceo had said after the november 2016 election when he said that's pretty crazy idea you know if russia was actually meddling to where he is now i think we're in a situation where management is really behind this they need to get themselves out in front and basically say not that they're just gonna hire a thousand people you know to try to review what's going on in the way of ads in such an content uh but i think that there needs to be something more strategic being done by circuit berg this is going to be a moment where he really needs to mature arguably as a leader because clearly he's very much under the scrutiny of congress any under the scrutiny of other governments elsewhere around the world is you mentioned we're talking about is the about facebook is google do you believe in the same area on twitter.

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"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on GeekWire

GeekWire

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on GeekWire

"Welcome back we are on location for this episode of the geek where a podcast at the beautiful facebook seattle engineering offices i am we're here with the blue she is the vice president of platform and marketplace for facebook she's up from the menlo park headquarters today i gotta tell you this is probably the nicest engineering outpost of any silicon valley companies and in it's like an arms race you know you've got google now building itself like union and but this this is this is a quarter spot did how often do you end up getting up here to come here every month or so i'll try to make it up here like every six weeks or style because actually a vast majority of my team as here and so that you confident engineering outposts we actually see it as it on an office where our teams aren't highly him here and so a lot of our products actually being developed here yeah that's probably my short hand because that is the common thing for companies to treated as more of someplace out on the frontier but obviously you got the the bulk of your team here absolutely okay so if you go back ten years to the announcement of facebook platform in may two thousand seven it was a very different world online we talking before the show started i couldn't find a video of the announcement by mark zuckerberg facebook platform but apparently it does exist at and michael harrington of tech crunch the founder personally covered the story of the launch that sort of the air that we're talking about so how has facebook's thinking and its approach to platform evolved in a religion were not there at the beginning but.

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"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"zuckerberg facebook" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"And this is because his company building in investing track record is just other worldly it includes as investments very early facebook air bnb zinger flicker and many many many many many many more he is co founder of linked din which has more than three hundred million users and sold to microsoft for twenty six point two billion dollars prior to that he was executive vice president at pay pal which was purchased by ebay for one point five billion there his nickname was firefighter in chief which was given to him by then ceo peter teal and noted venture capitalist david z that's s z e also very very fascinating i says of read quote he is arguably the most successful angel investor in the past decade and quote they're both now partners a gray lock partners a top tier venture capital firm so what are you guys gonna get in the saps that you're gonna get the new questions and then you were going to hear reads series or i should say principles and how companies scale rent they go from ground zero all the way to gigantic gigantic companies and he's going to explore each of these principles the ten commandments with famous founders many of them you'll know mark zuckerberg facebook read hastings of net flex brian jetski mark pinkus and many many more you'll see here from people like shell sandberg and the list goes on he and his team for masters of scale pulled together like i mentioned a highly real of tactical specifics the distilled the very best most actionable advice from the entire for seasonal masters the scale and they've included a lot of material that has not aired in some exclusive clips from the cutting room floor so even if you're already a listener to masters scale you'll hear plenty of new things here.

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