Facebook works hard to maintain Mark Zuckerberg's public image. Professional photographers take staged photographs, like these ones of him visiting a Facebook data centre, petting a calf and meeting with world leaders. A team of employees diligently manage his Facebook page. But the most frantic display we've seen yet was Facebook's effort during this weeks's trial in a Dallas federal courtroom, where Zuck testified in a $US2 billion ($2.6 billion) intellectual property lawsuit against the company.
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DALLAS -- After being basically in hiding for 117 days, Oculus VR founder Palmer Luckey spent his first full day back in the spotlight getting grilled by a feisty lawyer who tried to "make fun" of the fact Luckey had no university degrees.
Our watch has ended.
After 117 days basically in hiding, Oculus VR founder and former Facebook golden child Palmer Luckey has been spotted in the wild -- specifically in a federal courtroom in Dallas where Facebook is the subject of a $US2 billion ($6 billion) intellectual property lawsuit.