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Person Of Interest's Final Villains Are Mark Zuckerberg And Isaac Asimov

For years, Person of Interest has been right on the cutting edge between commenting on current events and speculating about the future. With its final season, the show is depicting a futuristic nightmare — and yet, it’s also more topical than ever before. We talked to producers Jonathan Nolan and Greg Plageman, and they told us the real villain of Person of Interest is Facebook.


Facebook Says It Doesn't Try To Influence How People Vote

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Facebook has declared it will never use its product to influence how people on the platform vote. Earlier today, Gizmodo reported that employees had asked Mark Zuckerberg to answer the question, “What responsibility does Facebook have to help prevent President Trump in 2017?” in an internal poll.


Facebook Employees Asked Mark Zuckerberg If They Should Try To Stop A Donald Trump Presidency 

This week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appeared to publicly denounce the political positions of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign during the keynote speech of the company’s annual F8 developer conference.


Facebook Will Let You Livestream From Any Device, Including Drones

Today, Facebook kicked off its annual developer conference F8, a title that is sadly not a bastardisation of the word “fate”. During the keynote, founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that the company would open up its API for Facebook Live, allowing users to stream live video from any device.


5 Things To Know About Facebook's Event Today

Facebook spent most of its F8 developer keynote talking about the future of the company. Messenger, Oculus Rift, Zuck’s grey t-shirt, a Donald Trump reference — it was all there. But rather than forcing you to sit through an hour of “the power of global connection” overstatements, we did all the hard work for you, and compiled this complete list of Facebook’s greatest hits.


Mark Zuckerberg Throws Shade At Donald Trump During Keynote Speech

Every year, Facebook gathers thousands of developers and business people to talk about the future of its company at a conference called F8. The event is typically used to host discussions about photos, video, sharing and other products critical to the company’s bottom line. But this year, Facebook decided to try something different.


Watch Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook F8 Keynote Right Here

Video: Mark Zuckerburg is getting ready to tell us all about the future of Facebook, which is likely filled with chatbots, and live video, and virtual reality. All the action starts at 3am AEST (1pm ET). Want to watch? You’ve come to the right place.


Personal Sharing On Facebook Declines As Snapchat And Instragram Grow

We’re all sharing a bit less personal information on Facebook, and while this should probably be hailed as a positive thing, it’s enough to set the Silicon Valley alarm bells ringing.


What Is Facebook At Work And Do You Need To Care?

On Facebook’s never-ending quest to take over the world, no stone is left unturned. It has left fingerprints on virtual reality, messaging platforms, games and apps for people who like brunch.


Mark Zuckerberg Asks Racist Facebook Employees To Stop Crossing Out Black Lives Matter Slogans

The black lives matter movement has shed light on the racial profiling, police brutality and racial inequality experienced by the African-American community across America (it has also had an impact upon Australian dialogue regarding race). But apparently some of the employees at Facebook’s notoriously white, bro-centric Menlo Park, California office don’t agree.


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