The Zuckerberg manifesto: How he plans to debug the world

Facebook used to repeat its mission statement so often that most tech reporters could recite it from memory: “to give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected.” And it’s still the mission you see when you visit the company’s Facebook page. But in a remarkable letter published today, CEO Mark Zuckerberg acknowledged the severe shortcomings and blind spots that his company’s mission created. Going forward, he said, the company will consider what happens after it connects people — and try to manage those effects for the better. “In times like these,” Zuckerberg wrote, “the most important thing we at Facebook can do is develop the social infrastructure to give people the power to build a global community that... Continue reading…

The Zuckerberg manifesto: How he plans to debug the world

Mark Zuckerberg's long-term vision for Facebook, laid out in a sweeping manifesto , sometimes sounds more like a utopian social guide than a business plan. Are we, he asks, "building the world ...

Thu 16 Feb 17 from Phys.org

The Zuckerberg manifesto: How he plans to debug the world, Thu 16 Feb 17 from AP

Mark Zuckerberg reveals vision for 'global community'

Mark Zuckerberg's long-term vision will address 'people left behind by globalization, and movements for withdrawing from global connection,' he claims.

Thu 16 Feb 17 from Daily Mail

Read Zuckerberg's 5,000-plus word letter to users

In a letter to Facebook's 1.8 billion users, he says: 'This is a moment of truth.'        

Thu 16 Feb 17 from USA today

Zuckerberg lays out a new mission for Facebook - CNET

The Facebook cofounder and CEO spelled out how he hopes his company will help create a global community.

Thu 16 Feb 17 from CNET

Mark Zuckerberg Posts 6,000-Word Status Update About Nothing

*Mark Zuckerberg takes massive bong rip*Read more...

Thu 16 Feb 17 from Gizmodo

Some excerpts from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's missive

In Mark Zuckerberg's vision, Facebook can help build communities, encourage civic engagement, and keep us safer and more informed. That's the long-term plan at least, years, ...

Thu 16 Feb 17 from AP

Mark Zuckerberg publishes manifesto to save the world

On Facebook, Facebook CEO pledges to help build infrastructure for a global community.        

Thu 16 Feb 17 from USA today

Mark Zuckerberg’s humanitarian manifesto

 “Are we building the world we all want?” That’s a question often reserved for the lips of presidents and religious leaders, and too rarely asked by CEOs. But technology ...

Thu 16 Feb 17 from TechCrunch

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