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Mark Zuckerberg is an American entrepreneur who is widely known as the Chief Executive Officer of Facebook. Zuckerberg co-founded this one of the largest social media and technology companies back in 2004 while studying at Harvard, which he dropped out of after his sophomore year. Now Zuckerberg is one of the youngest billionaires in the world.
Weekly Fun: Mark Zuckerberg Cosplaying Joker, Jay-Z as Vice President, and a Pigeon Stuck in the Sky
This week’s stories feature Kanye West still being a presidential candidate who wants to make Jay-Z a vice president, Mark Zuckerberg cosplaying Joker, and a teen who used to sell N-word passes to white people.
Facebook launches Shops to bring small businesses online during the global pandemic. The new feature will bring a shopping tab on Instagram and have shoppable live streams.
Facebook recently announced the purchase of Giphy animated image service. U.S. Congress opposed the deal, saying Facebook cannot buy other companies while the antitrust investigation is underway.
Facebook employees that can go on with their work at home will have an opportunity to do so until the end of this year, while some of them will be able to get back to the offices once they re-open.
The company announced a new video chatting feature as Facebook’s rivals like Zoom are gaining more and more popularity amid the global pandemic.
Facebook plans to give each employee a bonus of $1,000 to help them during the quarantine. Zuckerberg will also provide $20 million in donations to support the global relief effort of COVID-19.
You’ll be surprised, but the lack of digital privacy is actually good amid the coronavirus outbreak. The United States Wants to ban TikTok, and China declares war on negativity.