Additionally, Zuckerberg and his wife, philanthropist Priscilla Chan, invited CBS THIS MORNING into their home. They have never allowed a TV camera crew inside before. CBS THIS MORNING co-host Gayle King was able to see first-hand who this couple and their children are outside their Facebook lives.
- On if one person or one company should have as much power as Facebook: “I think that the basic answer to what you’re saying is, ‘No... private companies should not be in the position of making so many important decisions, balancing different social values that we all care about.” https://bit.ly/2qhuSTZ
- “A lot of people are upset and are talking about measures, like breaking up the company, that aren’t actually going to fix these issues, right? I mean, breaking up Facebook isn’t going to address the question of political discourse.”
- On Chan Zuckerberg Initiative: “Setting audacious goals is important, and we need to think about beyond what’s possible.”https://bit.ly/2YbGunX
- Chan on her first date with Zuckerberg: “There was a major red flag... At the end of the date, he said, ‘I have a take-home midterm I need to do. But I’d rather hang out with you.’” https://bit.ly/2DFE2MX