Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, is taking matters into his maintained hands in terms of communicating with users on the network having held the company’s second Q&A session. Bloomberg’s, Sarah Frier, reiterated that the billionaire CEO loves communicating with users directly instead of having to do the same through journalist and analysts.
On the recent Q&A session held at the company’s headquarters in California the CEO touched on a number of issues ranging from parenting to Pizza. Most of the questions answered during the event were formulated during the session, and Zuckerberg did not have prior knowledge of them.
The CEO has affirmed that Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) is considering introducing a new button that will provide people with a third way of expressing their emotions and reactions.
There has always been a standoff on how users can react once someone posts something that requires sympathy especially when tragedy strikes or a death of a family member. Zuckerberg thwarted suggestions of a ‘Dislike button’ that he maintains may be used to spread negativity.
“He really doesn’t want to create any reason for people to cause more negativity on the internet. He really wants to have a positive experience with people on Facebook. For those situations when a family member dies or somebody posts important story about something that is just socially or culturally sad he wants people to be able to react to that in a way beyond comment, “said Mrs. Frier.
Another issue that was highly debated during the Q&A session was how Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) was planning to address users below the ages of 13 who wanted to join the network. Zuckerberg reiterated that it was the responsibility of parents to protect their children from joining the network as a way of protecting them from cyber-bullying online.
“I would follow our rules so we don’t allow people under the age of 13 to use Facebook so probably I would not allow my child under the age of 13 to sue Facebook and then after that I would probably talk to them about it,” Mrs. Frier.
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