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Zuckerberg’s Facebook wall gets bug report from hacker

Zuckerberg’s Facebook wall gets bug report from hacker

A hacker who goes by the name of Khalil says he was forced to submit a bug report via Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook wall today after his attempts to submit through traditional means were ignored. The Palestinian information system expert says he found a vulnerability in Facebook's security system that wall posts from non-friends.

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Elon Musk and David Sacks abandon Zuckerberg’s lobbying group FWD.Us

Elon Musk and David Sacks abandon Zuckerberg’s lobbying group FWD.Us

Earlier this year, Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook fame launched a lobbying group called FWD.Us, which purports to be for immigration reform and has more than a few big names associated with it, including Microsoft's Steve Ballmer and Bill Gates, who joined a couple weeks after its unveiling. Among those big-name supporters was Elon Musk of Tesla and David Sacks of Yammer, both of whom have abandoned the group, according to sources who are said to be familiar with the matter.

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Mark Zuckerberg claims salary and bonus pay reduced to minimum

Mark Zuckerberg claims salary and bonus pay reduced to minimum

In a recent SEC filing, it was discovered that Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg will only be taking a $1 salary this year. He will also be rejecting any potential bonuses he may receive this year as well. While the SEC filing confirms that he will only be making a dollar this year, Zuckerberg first revealed he would be taking a dollar salary in Facebook's IPO filing.

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Facebook Home is Facebook’s second chance at wowing the mobile industry

Facebook Home is Facebook’s second chance at wowing the mobile industry

Back in 2010, when the mobile industry was rapidly rising in innovation and technology, Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg decided to create a mobile app for its social networking service that could work universally on all mobile operating systems. At the time, it seemed like a great idea, however, it was "probably one of the biggest mistakes we've ever made," Zuckerberg tells CNN. Initially, Zuckerberg believed that standalone mobile apps was just a fad that would disappear, and that people would primarily just surf the web via their smartphones.

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New Facebook Home ad features Mark Zuckerberg and a screaming goat

New Facebook Home ad features Mark Zuckerberg and a screaming goat

Facebook has revealed its next TV ad for Facebook Home, and this time, CEO Mark Zuckerberg is featured in it. In the video, Zuckerberg is making an announcement about the launch of Facebook Home, and how the app centers around the people, not the apps, and yadda yadda yadda. While he drones on and on, to the boredom of the employees, one employee takes to his HTC First, and scrolls around his Facebook Home interface.

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Angelfire site may be Mark Zuckerberg’s first website

Angelfire site may be Mark Zuckerberg’s first website

A link to a very 90s-looking Angelfire website surfaced over at Hacker News, with the poster claiming that it belongs to Mark Zuckerberg, who would have created it when he was just 15-years-old. The website is full of all sorts of interesting things, ranging from a GPA calculator for "all you psychos, myself included, who obsess over grades," to a blinking yellow eyeball welcoming visitors to "the only site where a yellow eye blinks at you."

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Mark Zuckerberg rated top CEO based on employee survey

Mark Zuckerberg rated top CEO based on employee survey

Career website Glassdoor has posted up its 2013 list of the 50 highest-rated CEOs, and Facebook big wig Mark Zuckerberg has topped the list, with a 99% approval rating from employees, which is up from an 85% approval rating last year. However, Apple CEO Tim Cook fell from the number one spot last year to 18th this year, with an approval rating of 93%, down from 97% last year.

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Facebook News Feed Update: it’s all changing – again

Facebook News Feed Update: it’s all changing – again

If you've heard about the Facebook event this week surrounding changes to the social network's main feed, you've likely felt a little tinge of annoyance. It's not as if we've not seen drastic changes to one of the most visited websites in the history of the world before, but as it's been made clear several times before: people don't like change in the tools they use every single day. So what can we expect over the next few months now that the Facebook crew is letting loose a brand new collection of features?

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Mark Zuckerberg’s sister becomes victim of Facebook privacy issues

Mark Zuckerberg’s sister becomes victim of Facebook privacy issues

Facebook has long been getting criticism for its privacy practices on its users, and it looks like the CEO's own sister is having issues of her own with the social networking giant. Randi Zuckerberg, the sister of Facebook’s founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, complained on Twitter when a photo she posted that was meant to be set as private ended up being public somehow.

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Man arrested for plotting ownership scheme against Facebook

Man arrested for plotting ownership scheme against Facebook

39-year-old Paul Ceglia, a New York wood pellet salesman who claimed he owned a huge stake in Facebook by forging documents, was arrested today and taken into custody by US Postal inspectors at Ceglia's home in Wellsville, NY. He was arrested on charges that he falsified records and destroyed evidence in a multi-billion dollar scheme to defraud Facebook and the company's CEO, Mark Zuckerberg.

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Zuckerberg visits Russia for Facebook talks

Zuckerberg visits Russia for Facebook talks

Facebook CEO & founder Mark Zuckerberg visited Moscow, Russia today to talk with Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev about building a possible Facebook research center in Russia. Medvedev pitched to Zuckerberg that not only is Russia abundant with natural resources, but the country's IT sector is also something that's quickly gaining ground.

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Facebook stock rises after Zuckerberg’s comments on mobile

Facebook stock rises after Zuckerberg’s comments on mobile

It's common knowledge by now that Facebook's stock could be doing a whole lot better. Its stock price has been consistently falling ever since Facebook's IPO in May, partly over investor concerns that the company wasn't doing enough to make money from mobile users. Yesterday, Mark Zuckerberg got up on stage at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference, making his first appearance since Facebook went public. His discussion was filled with admissions of failure, but Zuckerberg also looked toward the future, talking about what Facebook is going to do to turn its fortunes in the mobile arena around.

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