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Technology Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg live streams employee Q&A in rare move

03:10  04 october  2019
03:10  04 october  2019 Source:   cnet.com

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In a rare move , Facebook CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg livestreamed an internal Q & A with employees to the public on Thursday. Zuckerberg webcast the Q & A from his Facebook account just days after The Verge published transcripts and audio clips of him speaking to employees at two town

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Zuckerberg broadcasted the Q&A from his Facebook account days after The Verge published transcripts and audio clips of Zuckerberg speaking to employees at two town hall meetings in July. In his leaked remarks, Zuckerberg told employees he was ready to "go to the mat" and fight for Facebook if Sen. Elizabeth Warren becomes president and tries to break up the social media giant.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. © CNET

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

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Mark Zuckerberg livestreamed his latest Facebook employee Q & A and blamed an intern for leaking the last Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is trying to get in front of further leaks from his private, internal "Don't do that just because we're streaming it live this week." Over the course of an hour

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Zuckerberg said that live streaming the Q&A was an experiment, quipping that he does such a "bad job" at interviews that "what do we have to lose?" He stood by his remarks from the leaked Q&As.

Zuckerberg also addressed some of the major news surrounding the company on Thursday, including the European Court ruling that the EU can order Facebook to monitor and pull down illegal content from the platform, even if it's posted by people outside of those borders.

Zuckerberg said he thought the ruling set a "very dangerous precent."

He also said that Facebook Dating is doing well in the US, but declined to share user numbers.

The Q&A is ongoing so check back for updates.

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