In 2013 Interview, Mark Zuckerberg Laid Out Facebook’s Post IPO Future, Talked Immigration, Right To Privacy

Posted on Dec 5 2017 - 11:04am by Zennie Abraham
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I was blessed to be at TechCrunch Distrupt 2013, and at the front press row, for TechCrunch CEO Michael Arrington’s interview with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. This one was particularly important, because it happened right after Facebook completed its initial public offering.

Mark Zuckerberg explained that, at that time, mobile had went from zero revenue contribution to 40 percent of total revenue. That was 2013.

He also explained that the objective was to help people share their content across the social graph.

But the real juicy parts of the interview, I think, were about his call for immigration reform and about the then-hot-issue of right-to-privacy (which happens at the 27 minute mark of the video).

In all, the interview is over 30 minutes.

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