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Zuckerberg’s epic manifesto details Facebook’s plan to save the world

The Next Web Friday, 17 February 2017
Zuckerberg’s epic manifesto details Facebook’s plan to save the worldFacebook’s CEO today asked the question on the tip of most of our tongues: are we building the world we all want? In just under 7,000 words, Mark Zuckerberg’s manifesto addressed the company mantra — connecting the world — while taking stock of the current political climate, socio-economic impact of globalization on its users, and the need to accelerate scientific research to address issues like climate change and pandemics. It was, in a word, epic. Zuckerberg’s plan, as you would expect, started with Facebook. The message revolved around community. Zuckerberg asked, and addressed, Facebook’s role in building “supportive,” “safe,” “informed,” “civically-engaged,” and “inclusive”…

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Mark Zuckerberg laid out his vision for the future of Facebook, and in doing so took a stand against growing anti-globalization sentiments.

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