Facebook CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg ’06 took part in a discussion about data security and targeted advertising at Harvard Law School earlier this month. HLS professor Zittrain said that Zuckerberg’s level of personal control over Facebook policies made him a good candidate for the conversation.
Facebook suspended a data analytics company founded by University professor Gary King last week, saying it will investigate how the group collects, shares, and stores user data.
King and Persily’s commission, composed of academics across the social sciences, will have access to all of Facebook’s user data in an anonymized form.
You're bound to see these types of Facebook posts on your Class Facebook Group
Facebook is funding a new initiative at the Kennedy School that aims to develop better defenses against cyber attacks targeting the United States’s elections.
Zuckerberg said the biggest challenge facing Harvard’s Class of 2017 is to create a world “where everyone has a sense of purpose.”
Most meme groups are anonymous—save for a few friends in any given group, they’re populated by strangers who don’t know each other beyond a profile picture or an “about” page. With the Tweens group, the rule is reversed: Most members go to the same school, live on the same campus, and know each other, or at least know of each other, in real life.
Mark Zuckerberg was named as Harvard's Commencement Speaker this year. Looks like he'll finally get to experience a real Harvard graduation.
We sat down with the creator of the Harvard Meme page and chatted about the group's meteoric rise to fame.