Here's a look at the life of Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook.
Date of birth: May 14, 1984
Place of birth: Dobbs Ferry, New York
Name of birth: Mark Elliot Zuckerberg
Father: Edward Zukerberg, dentist
Mother: Karen (Kempner) Zuckerberg, psychiatrist
Marriage: Priscilla Chan (May 19, 2012)
The children: Makima, 2015; August, 2017
Education: Participated at Harvard University, 2002-2004
It is red-green.
Captain of his high school fencing.
In secondary school he co-created a program called Sinapse who recommended music.
2003 – Makes facemash at Harvard, a website that pairs photos of Harvard students and has users voting on who is more attractive. The images were taken from a Harvard computer network. Harvard Force Zuckerberg will take over the location.
November 2003 – Harvard seniors Cameron and Tiler Vinklevoss and Divia Narendra are hiring Zuckerberg to work on their ConnectU website.
February 4, 2004 – Cuckerberg, roommates Chris Hughes and Dustin Moskovitz and friend Eduardo Saverin launched Facebook, a online directory for connecting people to college, from Zuckerberg's dormitory in Harvard.
March 2004 – Thefacebook.com is expanding to Stanford, Columbia and Iale.
May 2004 – ConnectU runs and contains many of the same features as Thefacebook.
September 2004 – Vinklevosses and Narendra filed a lawsuit against Zuckerberg, claiming he had stolen the idea for Facebook from them.
September 2005 – Facebook is expanding into high schools.
September 2006 – Facebook is open to everyone over 13 years of age.
2008 – Cameron and Tiler Vinklevoss and Divia Narendra settle their lawsuit against Zuckerberg.
September 2010 – Donates $ 100 million to Nevark, Nevers, a public school system.
October 1, 2010 – The "Social Network" is released. The film is a fictional version of how Facebook began.
December 2010 – Signs the Granting of a lien, a public supply that will give most of its wealth to philanthropic things.
2010 – It was named Time Person of the Iear.
April 2011 – The US Appellate Court rejects Vinklevoss's attempt to cancel its earlier settlement via Facebook. Vinklevosses claimed that their $ 65 million settlement was not enough because Facebook misrepresented the value of the company's shares.
November 29, 2011 – The Federal Trade Commission announces that it has reached a settlement with Facebook after it filed an eight-point complaint stating that the company made false claims about privacy in the social network and revealed user information to advertisers. Zuckerberg announces a message on Facebook since the company has made a "bunch of mistakes". In this MP he promises to improve the privacy control.
May 18, 2012 – Facebook IPO – store opens at $ 42.05 and closes at $ 38.23.
May 23, 2012 – Three shareholders on Facebook filed a lawsuit in a federal court against Zuckerberg, a co-owner of Morgan Stanley and others, arguing that they held key financial information on Facebook before the IPO.
October 4, 2012 – Announces that Facebook has passed a billion active monthly users.
December 2012 – On his Facebook page, he announced that he donated 18 million Facebook shares to the Communiti of Silicon Vallei Foundation.
October 14, 2014 – He announces donating $ 25 million to the Ebola Disease Control Center.
February 06, 2015 – Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan donate $ 75 million to the General Hospital in San Francisco. Chan worked there earlier in the care of a pediatric residence.
February 2015 – The Real Estate Project, Mircea Voskerician, filed a lawsuit against Zuckerberg regarding property rights that he sold at steep discounts, arguing that Zuckerberg had agreed to provide him with networking opportunities. Zukerberg claims Voskariik uses "extraordinary" measures. The lawsuit is solved later.
May 4, 2015 – The charity organization of his family and others invest $ 100 million in AltSchool, a chain of technology-focused schools that claim to offer more individual education.
November 19, 2015 – Zuckerberg announces that he and his wife will give $ 20 million Education Super Highway, a nonprofit that helps public schools purchase affordable high speed Internet access.
December 1, 2015 – Zuckerberg and Chan promise to donate 99% of their Facebook fund, worth around $ 45 billion, to promote equality and human potential throughout their lives.
September 27, 2017 – After President Donald Trump claimed that Facebook was always anti-Trump, Zuckerberg responded to Facebook, saying: "Trump says Facebook is against it. Liberals say we helped Trump." Both sides are upset about the ideas and content they are having they do not like it. It looks like launching a platform for all ideas. "
March 2018 – Rangi is fifth on the Forbes list of billionaires, with an estimated net worth of $ 71 billion.
March 16, 2018 – Facebook announces suspending a company called Strategic Communication Laboratories (SCL) and its Cambridge Analytica subsidiary, which provided digital voting services to the presidential campaign of Donald Trump. In a statement, the vice president of the social network and deputy general attorney says Cambridge Analytica has collected user data through a third-party application, violating the company's policy to protect people's information. The data was collected by Aleksandr Kogan, a Russian-American psychologist professor who made a Facebook application and received about 270,000 volunteers to take a personality quiz. Volunteers agreed to share information from their profiles with Kogan for academic purposes. Kogan then transferred the data to Camridge Analytica. When Facebook learned of a violation in 2015, the company removed the application and asked Cambridge Analytics to confirm that it had deleted the collected data.
March 17, 2018 – A joint investigation by the New York Times and Observer from London reports that Cambridge Analytica has received data from 50 million US Facebook users via Kogan's application. Cambridge Analytica covered the cost of creating an application and used information to create targeted political advertising for Trump, according to a survey. At least some of the data has not been deleted by the way Facebook asked in 2015, the newspaper said.
March 21, 2018 – During a CNN interview, Zuckerberg said: "I'm really sorry that this happened," acknowledging that Facebook made mistakes and needed to respond more robustly to provide user data. He also says his company was preparing to fight potential mixing in the mid-term elections in 2018. Earlier that day, Zuckerberg posted a message on Facebook with a time frame of events that led to leaks from Cambridge Analytics.
March 27, 2018 – CNN reports Zuckerberg has agreed to testify about Capitol Hill leak in Cambridge Analytics. He rejects the request to appear before British lawmakers, offering to send him two high-ranking officials.
April 10-11, 2018 – Zuckerberg testifies at Capitol Hill. Lawmakers were pressured by the executive director to sell drugs on Facebook, the Cambridge Analytics scandal, censoring conservative voices and self-regulation.