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Which Tech Icon Should Get a Creepy Wax Figure Next?

12 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Madame Tussauds wax museum in San Francisco already has wax figures of Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg. But it’s trying to decide which tech mogul should become the next embodiment of the uncanny valley. And it wants your help! Read more...

Books: First Look At Dale Rusakoff's Forthcoming "The Prize"

Here's a first look at Dale Rusakoff's forthcoming book about Newark, titled The Prize and scheduled for release in September. "Mark Zuckerberg, Chris Christie, and Cory Booker were ready to reform our failing schools," proclaims the book promo copy. Show More Summary

Internet.org: delivering poor Internet to poor people

yesterdayHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Mark Zuckerberg's Internet.org project bribes corrupt, non-neutral carriers in poor countries to exempt Facebook and other services of its choosing from their data-caps, giving the world's poorest an Internet that's been radically pruned to a sliver of what the rest of the world gets for free. Read the rest

Sorry Mark Zuckerberg, We Cannot Allow You To Control Internet. 5 Reasons He Is Completely Wrong

Mark Zuckerberg has written a letter, meant for all activists of Net Neutrality in India. In his letter, he says, “The Internet is one of the most powerful tools for economic and social progress” and argues that “this is why we created Internet.org, our effort to connect the whole world”. Show More Summary

Aaron Hernandez Jail I.D. -- Craigslist Kills Auction ... Seller Goes To Facebook

Aaron Hernandez's jail I.D. has been rejected again -- with Cragslist banning the sale of the item... so now the seller is trying his luck on Mark Zuckerberg's turf. As we previously reported... the guy who currently has the I.D. says he happened…

Why Most Successful People Are Insomniacs? Sleep & Work Patterns of The 10 Famous People

An open ended Q&A from Mark Zuckerberg is a situation that doesn’t present itself in everyday life. Ever know what you’d ask when the colorblind youngest billionaire gave you an opportunity to ask him any details of his life? Well, Dan...Show More Summary

Mark Zuckerberg Is Just Plain Bad at Net Neutrality

3 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Mark Zuckerberg means well. Or at least the billionaire says he does in a recent blog post about net neutrality and the Facebook-backed nonprofit Internet.org. Long story short, publishers in India are pulling their content from the Internet.org app over apparent net neutrality violations, and well, Zuck’s reaction is pretty much: ¯\_(?)_/¯ Read more...

Why some people believe Mark Zuckerberg's plan to bring cheap internet to the world is majorly flawed

Not everyone is a fan of Internet.org, Facebook's non-profit aiming to bring internet access to "the most disadvantaged" parts of the world. Since its February rollout in India, several big companies from that country, including a giant...Show More Summary

Zuckerberg Defends Internet.org in Net Neutrality Flap in India

Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg responded to the controversy over Internet.org in India and announced the availability of the application in Indonesia. Net neutrality concerns led several of Internet.org’s partners in India...Show More Summary

Mark Zuckerberg responds to Internet.org criticism: 'We fully support net neutrality'

Mark Zuckerberg took to Facebook to defend Internet.org against claims the program conflicts with net neutrality, saying the two principles "can and must coexist." In the lengthy post, Facebook's founder and CEO said he supports netShow More Summary

What Mark Zuckerberg Can’t Say About Net Neutrality

The question isn't whether Internet.org is a threat to net neutrality. It's whether the rules of net neutrality should apply to places that have no internet access at all. The post What Mark Zuckerberg Can’t Say About Net Neutrality appeared first on WIRED.

Zuckerberg: It’s better to have free Internet access than to have a ‘free’ Internet

Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has responded to recent allegations that the company’s Internet.org initiative potentially undermines net neutrality. In a Facebook status update (where else?) Zuckerberg claims that Internet.org has already brought connectivity to more than 800 million people across nine countries. Show More Summary

Mark Zuckerberg seeks to ease net neutrality concerns over Internet.org

Mark Zuckerberg is defending Internet.org, the project to bring free Internet access to impoverished parts of the world. The Facebook-led initiative had been criticized for being anti-net neutrality.

Mark Zuckerberg seeks to ease net neutrality concerns over Internet.org

Mark Zuckerberg is defending Internet.org, the project to bring free Internet access to impoverished parts of the world. The Facebook-led initiative had been criticized for being anti-net neutrality.

Mark Zuckerberg defends Internet.org in India

The initiative has become the target of concerns it threatens net neutrality.        

Mark Zuckerberg Defends His Latest Initiative

Critics say his Internet.org project violates net neutrality principles

Fugitive accused of fraud against Facebook missing ‘like Jean Valjean’: attorney

4 days agoNews : The Raw Story

A lawyer for a New York man who disappeared ahead of his criminal trial over charges he tried to defraud Facebook Inc founder Mark Zuckerberg told a U.S. appeals court his client was like the fugitive protagonist of Les Misérables. Joseph Alioto, the lawyer for Paul Ceglia, made the statement on...

Mark Zuckerberg chooses Michael Chwe’s Rational Ritual for his book club

I will second the recommendation.  Michael is a political scientist at Princeton, and this volume is one of the most important social books of the last fifteen years.  He shows the importance of “common knowledge” in explaining social phenomena, namely we create rational rituals so that others can see we are acting in concert with […]

Why Mark Zuckerberg is reading Hank Paulson's new book about China

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's 2015 New Year's resolution was to read an important book every two weeks and discuss it with the Facebook community as they read. Zuckerberg's book club, A Year of Books, has focused on big ideas that influence society and business. Show More Summary

Internet.org India Partners Pull Out Over Net Neutrality Concerns

The Internet.org initiative spearheaded by Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg with the aim of connecting the world has run into some roadblocks in India. Financial Times reported that Internet.org’s partners in India are beginning...Show More Summary

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