The social media giant's CEO reiterated his decision to not remove political ads that contain knowingly false and erroneous information.
The Facebook CEO and his wife, Priscilla Chan, privately endorsed potential campaign staffers for tech roles, emails show.
"You only get to be a child once, so don't spend it worrying too much about the future."
The post mentions the "smart, strong women" Zuckerberg grew up with and his hopes for raising two strong women of his own.
The plan includes creating a bioscience research center, developing a chip to diagnose diseases and ways to monitor the bloodstream continuously.
The privatizers don't need you. They have a herd of billionaires in their fold. We need you. Please help us transform our public schools into the great instrument of democracy and social justice that they must be.
This dad reached out to Mark Zuckerberg and the world.
Good news indeed! And now he's joining the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, one of America's largest and most ambitious efforts
One of the more attractive features of the new philanthropy is also one of its potential pitfalls: Many tech billionaires may not fully appreciate the fact that rapid cycles of testing, failing, and fine-tuning may work better in software development than in social welfare programs on which lives depend.
"Truly wonderful the mind of a child is..."
Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan have a wonderful opportunity to demonstrate how a major philanthropic enterprise should be run. Let's hope they don't blow it.
Chan could do for women in Silicon Valley what Gates has done for women's health and rights around the world. Imagine if