Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) asked whether a user could be on Facebook and not have their data shared. Zuckerberg’s said, “People can sign on and choose to not share things and just follow some friends or some pages and read content if that is what they want to do.” Essentially, you can choose not to have your data shared if you don’t ever post anything on Facebook. (This ignores the fact that Facebook tracks users across the web and collects data on them even if they don’t post anything.) … [Read more...] about Mark Zuckerberg Doesn’t Really Want Facebook To Be Regulated
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The tech giant and his wife Priscilla are known for their charitable donations and have pledged to give away 99per cent of their Facebook shares during their lifetimes. … [Read more...] about What did Mark Zuckerberg tell Congress and did the Facebook CEO’s testimony address the Cambridge Analytica data leak?
Even more surprising than the publicity over an intention to make a future donation, were those who criticized Zuckerberg for (someday) taking advantage of the charitable tax law to avoid income and estate taxes. True, if and when Zuckerberg does sell or donate his stock to charity, he will receive income tax advantages and avoid estate tax. Good for him. And really good for the rest of us. That is the way the law should be. Let us all be thankful for Zuckerberg’s generosity in using his wealth to address challenges that the government is ill equipped or unable to address. … [Read more...] about Is LLC Really Charitable Entity? What’s the Fuss?
“I don't want to hurt Facebook. I don't want to regulate them half to death,” Kennedy, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said on CBS’ “Face the Nation.” “But we have a problem. … Mr. Zuckerberg has not exhausted himself being forthcoming. We had one hearing. Mr. Zuckerberg sent his lawyer. Could talk a dog off a meat wagon, but he didn't say anything.” … [Read more...] about Facebook’s Zuckerberg issues mea culpa before Capitol Hill grilling
A woman watches Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaking in a promotional video ahead of the company's IPO, in Washington on May 8, 2012. Facebook, already assured of becoming one of the most valuable US firms when it goes public later this month, now must convince investors in the next two weeks that it is worth all the hype. Top executives at the world's leading social network have kicked off their all-important road show on Wall Street -- an intense marketing drive ahead of the company's expected trading launch on the tech-heavy Nasdaq on May 18. … [Read more...] about Kudlow suggests Zuckerberg stop with the ‘phony baloney…hoodies and dungarees’