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The Social Network Film — An Incredible History of Facebook

I believe you are one of over 500 millions people around the World who has opened a personal account on Facebook.

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Some people admire Facebook so much while others may have absolutely different views and screaming ‘I hate facebook!’ It’s a norm in our communities as people could has different views.

Before The Social Network film, I never interested in the history of facebook but amazed by the generosity of Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook co-founder who donated $100 Million to Newark’s troubled school system. More Details on Facebook CEO’s Donation to Newark .

In early December 2010, Mark Zuckerberg has joined a second group of donors committed to giving the majority of their wealth to charity, by signing on to a project launched by famed investor Warren Buffett and Bill Gates.

Friendship, Betrayal, and Success Blended in History of Facebook

‘The Social Network’ film revealed a popular online social revolution is born from a real World social ineffectiveness. This is amazing story. Some people believed that the gray side of business ethics Mark faced lawsuits as the social network film tagline says: “You don’t get to 500 million friends without making a few enemies” could impact Facebook brand.

In a brief statement, Facebook spokesman Larry Yu said, “It’s a sign of Facebook’s impact that we’re the subject of a movie — even one that’s fiction. What matters more to us is staying focused on what we’re building to continue to offer a useful, innovative service that makes it easy for people to connect and share.”

Zuckerberg, 26, declined an interview request. Interviewed by ABC’s Diane Sawyer last month, he called the movie “fiction.”

“The real story of Facebook is just that we’ve worked so hard for all this time,” Zuckerberg told Sawyer.

David Kirkpatrick, author of the book The Facebook Effect, which was written with Zuckerberg’s cooperation, says the movie’s depiction of Zuckerberg as “an angry, vindictive, sex-obsessed striver” has Facebook worried.

“Inside Facebook, they think the movie will not be good for Mark’s image, and that worries them,” says Kirkpatrick, who talked to the movie’s producers about being a consultant. He opted out because he objected to the story.

Nevertheless, I admitted that, if the 2000s was the Google decade, then the 2010s will be the Facebook decade. I decided to spend more time getting know Facebook broader and deeper in many beneficial areas. And leave the Social Network, a semi-biographical film about the founding of today popular Facebook and the resulting lawsuits, a fiction. nassorn wink

Addition Information

The Social Network Film Reviewed by K. Harris

Read – Could film ‘Social Network’ affect Facebook’s brand? – USA TODAY


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