Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to Hold Another Q&A Session With Users

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to Hold Another Q&A Session With Users

Facebook co-founder, Mark Zuckerberg is set to hold another public Q&A on December 11, as he did earlier this month. The public Q&A with Mark Zuckerberg will be held in Menlo Park, California at 2PM PST (Thursday), which will be 3.30am IST on Friday.

"We've got a limited amount of free tickets for the next public Q&A with Mark at Facebook in Menlo Park, California on Dec. 11 at 2PM PT. If you'll be in the Bay Area and would like a chance to attend this event or future Q&As, please email us at qawithmark@fb.com and include your full name and where you live," stated the post on the official Q&A with Mark's Facebook Page.

While the post has not mentioned as to what questions will be asked in the event, it is likely that users would have to follow the same process like the last time. Users can submit their questions on a dedicated 'Q&A with Mark' page, and Zuckerberg will be answering as many of the most-liked questions as he can in an hour at the event. The post for questions will probably be opened closer to the date.

Within 12 hours of the announcement post, several users have posted questions on the thread - despite Facebook not announcing the thread is specifically for questions. The questions asked by the users range from "Hi Mark! Would you rather fight one horse-sized duck or announce new updates to Facebook's privacy policy to a hundred duck-sized horses?" to "Do you believe that computer and Internet companies should be held accountable for their culpability in the many health hazards associated with the Sitting Disease?."

The Q&A Session with Mark is said to be an extended version of the internal sessions Zuckerberg holds every Friday with Facebook's employees. The public Q&A session held on November 6 saw Zuckerberg answering several questions, from why he wears the same shirt everyday and the decision to force the standalone Facebook Messenger app on users, to what he thought of the The Social Network movie based on the founding of Facebook.

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