Some Facebook users had a good year.Some had a less good year. Here’s what Facebook’s year looked like!
Researchers at Princeton University said Facebook would lose 80% of its users by 2017. Facebook countered that Princeton itself was in danger of disappearing by 2020.
Zuckerberg reached into his treasure chest again, this time spending a modest-seeming $2 billion on Oculus, a virtual reality company that has yet to sell any products to consumers.
Zuckerberg turned 30. Cue balloon-based hilarity.
Three words: Ice. Bucket. Challenge.
Mark Zuckerberg went to India and met the prime minister. Then he went to Indonesia and met the president-elect. Then he went to Japan and met another prime minister.
Facebook made employees read Chinese propaganda, stood accused of “being morally unacceptable” (by the Daily Mail of all places) and was chided for participating in Russian censorship.
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