Priscilla Chan believes “a gradual release of responsibility” is an important factor when it comes to parents monitoring their children on social media, which has only heightened during the pandemic.
The philanthropist, doctor and wife of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke with Sheinelle Jones about social media safeguards parents need for their children and what gives her hope during a difficult time in an exclusive interview on the 3rd hour of TODAY Friday, one day ahead of World Mental Health Day.
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With many more kids at home due to remote learning and use of social media apps increasing during the pandemic, health experts are concerned about the adverse affect on the mental health of children.
An ad slamming Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for the company’s handling of misinformation is expected to run during Wednesday’s presidential debate, per a CNN report.
The ad is already posted online and features Zuckerberg’s commentary at a congressional hearing overlaid with headlines reporting on Facebook’s recent missteps, such as its handling of QAnon networks.
Facebook remains under scrutiny from lawmakers on both sides of the aisle as regulators continue to fight for more accountability from Big Tech.
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An ad slamming Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is expected to run during Wednesday night’s vice presidential debate, CNN first reported.
The ad, run by the group Accountable Tech, attacks Zuckerberg for the handling of misinformation on the social media site. The ad — which you can view here — features footage of Zuckerberg telling congressional leaders that as Facebook’s founder, he ultimately has responsibility for what
Facebook CEO and Co-founder, Mark Zuckerberg, revealed in a video that he is a fan of Samsung smartphones and has been using the Android phone from the OEM for many years.
Clearly an interesting revelation disclosed by Zuckerberg. This piece of info was revealed in a conversation with Tech YouTuber Marques Keith Brownlee, aka MKBHD.
Notably, Mark did not confine his statement only towards the love of Samsung phones, but he also highlighted his love for Android OS in general.
For the unaware, Samsung and Facebook have partnered in the past for various projects. Notably, the Gear VR uses Facebook’s Oculus technology. Besides, all the Galaxy devices come pre-installed with Facebook apps and services.
So, the company’s co-founder and CEO’s inclination and favoritism towards Samsung is quite understandable. However, the CEO also revealed some insight into this decision.
When MKBHD asked Mark which phone he has in his pocket right
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg said he is excited about virtual and augmented reality
He said the future of VR and AR includes the use of holograms
Facebook is currently working on a sleek pair of AR glasses
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he is “personally” excited about virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) in a recent interview and provided a glimpse into what the company could do with the technology in the future.
It’s no secret that Facebook is interested in AR and VR. The company has released VR headsets via Oculus. Previous reports also indicated that the company is working on AR smart glasses and is racing to get ahead of the competition, namely Apple and Google. These things show the social media company’s desire to become the best in VR/AR.
In a recent interview with YouTube personality Marques Brownlee, Zuckerberg said he sees holographic technology as