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An activist wearing a Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg mask stands outside Portcullis House in Westminster as an international committee of parliamentarians met for a hearing on the impact of disinformation on democracy in London. Lawmakers from nine countries grilled a Facebook executive who came in place of Zuckerberg as part of an international hearing at Britain's parliament on disinformation and "fake news."

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Facebook Head of Developer Programs Emeka Afigbo (L) and Nasscom Vice President (Industry Initiative) KS Viswanathan (2nd L) at the India Startup Day function, in New Delhi.

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Cartoon by Kshitij Chaudhuri

Cartoon by Kshitij Chaudhuri

Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg, right, shakes hands to IBM's President and CEO Virginia Rometty during a family picture with guests who attend the "Tech for Good" Summit at the Elysee Palace in Paris.

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Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg, arrives to meet France's President Emmanuel Macron after the "Tech for Good" Summit at the Elysee Palace in Paris.

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Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg, right meets with French President Emmanuel Macron at the Elysee Palace after the "Tech for Good" summit, in Paris. French President Emmanuel Macron seeks to persuade Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other internet giants to discuss tax and data protection issues at a Paris meeting set to focus on how they could use their global influence for the public good.

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European Parliament President Antonio Tajani, right, welcomes Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg upon his arrival at the EU Parliament in Brussels. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg faces senior European Union lawmakers to answer questions about a scandal over the alleged misuse of the data of millions of Facebook users.

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The Facebook founder testifies before a US Senate committee on April 10

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A cartoon is displayed during questioning by Rep. Michael Burgess, R-Texas, of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at a House Energy and Commerce hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington about the use of Facebook data to target American voters in the 2016 election and data privacy.

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg takes his seat as he arrives to testify before a joint hearing of the Commerce and Judiciary Committees on Capitol Hill in Washington, about the use of Facebook data to target American voters in the 2016 election.

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg arrives to testify before a joint hearing of the Commerce and Judiciary Committees on Capitol Hill in Washington, about the use of Facebook data to target American voters in the 2016 election.

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sits as he arrives to testify before a joint hearing of the Commerce and Judiciary Committees on Capitol Hill in Washington about the use of Facebook data to target American voters in the 2016 election.

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Life-sized cutouts depicting Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wearing "Fix Fakebook" T-shirts are displayed by advocacy group, Avaaz, on the South East Lawn of the Capitol on Capitol Hill in Washington, ahead of Zuckerberg's appearance before a Senate Judiciary and Commerce Committees joint hearing.

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg arrives for a meeting with Sen. John Thune, S.D. on Capitol Hill in Washington.

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg arrives on Capitol Hill in Washington to meet with Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., the ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Zuckerberg will testify before a joint hearing of the Commerce and Judiciary Committees about the use of Facebook data to target American voters in the 2016 election.

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg takes a selfie with a group of entrepreneurs and innovators after taking part in a roundtable discussion at Cortex Innovation Community technology hub, in St. Louis. Zuckerberg was in St. Louis to announce a program to boost small businesses and bolster individual technical skills both on and off Facebook.

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks in preparation for the Facebook Communities Summit, in Chicago, in advance of an announcement of a new Facebook initiative designed to spur people to form more meaningful communities with Facebook's groups feature.

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Revenue Secretary Hasmukh Adhia at the Facebook Q & A session on GST, in New Delhi.

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks at his company's annual F8 developer conference, in San Jose, California.

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Indian techies at the Facebook head office in California

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Mark Zuckerberg at a developers’ conference in San Francisco

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Pope Francis meets Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, at the Santa Marta residence, the guest house in Vatican City where the pope lives

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Peter Altmaier, Head of the Federal Chancellery and Federal Minister for Special Tasks and coordinator for refugee issues and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talk during their visit to the Facebook Innovation Hub in Berlin.

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Net Neutrality Pros Free Software Movement activists protest in Bangalore

AFP (From Outlook Issue 08 February 2016)

Facebook vs Net Neutrality activists Knowing how Indians love a free lunch, FB’s Free Basics platform promised ‘free Internet’ acc­ess to some websites for users. Opponents said this went against the spirit of an open internet. Many open letters/campaigns later, this fight is still on.

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Zuckerburgers The FB boss poses with meat procured by himself

The destroyed entrance of a building, that was attacked in Hamburg, northern Germany. Police say they are looking for a group of up to 20 people who wrote "Facebook Dislike" on the social media firm's German headquarters in Hamburg.

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Facebook Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg during an interaction with IIT students at IIT Delhi.

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, at IIT Delhi.

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Founder & CEO, of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg during his visit at Historical Taj Mahal in Agra, Uttar Pradesh.

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Zuckerberg interacting with people of Chandauli on his 2014 visit

Newspapers with front pages featuring Prime Minister Narendra Modi's meeting with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at Silicon valley, are on display at a stall in Bangalore.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi with parents of CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg in California.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi with CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg at Facebook headquarters in California.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi and CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg hug it out at Facebook headquarters in California.

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@sachintendulkar on Facebook: Up in the mountains for a winter break. Unbelievably cold here. Absolutely Freezing!!

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Facebook: Here are some photos from my Siachen visit. I interacted with our brave Jawans and shared sweets with them. Everyone is aware of the extreme conditions at Siachen. Overcoming every challenge our soldiers stand firm, protecting our Motherland. Be it the altitude or bitter cold, nothing deters our soldiers. They stand there, serving our Nation. They make us truly proud. I went to to Siachen with a message from each and every Indian to our soldiers- that we stand shoulder to shoulder with you!

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Actors Amitabh Bachchan and Rajnikanth with Kerala Blasters FC co owner Sachin Tendulkar and Chennaiyin FC co owner Abhishek Bachchan during the Indian Super League match between Chennaiyin FC and Kerala Blasters FC in Chennai.

Amitabh Bachchan on Facebook

Actors Amitabh Bachchan and Rajnikanth during the Indian Super League match between Chennaiyin FC and Kerala Blasters FC in Chennai.

Amitabh Bachchan on Facebook

Prime Minister writes on his Facebook timeline: Had a wonderful meeting with Facebook CEO Mr. Mark Zuckerberg . We discussed several issues during our meeting. I spoke to him about Swachh Bharat Mission. Mr. Zuckerberg shared that Facebook would assist the Government of India in the Clean India mobile application. This will surely give an impetus to Swachh Bharat Mission. Mr. Zuckerberg is excited about Digital India initiative. I requested him to identify certain areas where Facebook can help us in that. I also requested Mr. Zuckerberg to identify how Facebook can help promote India's rich tourist potential across the world.

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The Chairman & CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg meeting the Union Minister for Communications & Information Technology and Law & Justice, Ravi Shankar Prasad, in New Delhi.

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The Chairman & CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg meeting the Union Minister for Communications & Information Technology and Law & Justice, Ravi Shankar Prasad, in New Delhi.

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Actor Amitabh Bachchan writes on his Facebook timeline: With retro .. and my films .. 'Kasme Vaade' ...Randhir Kapoor Neetu Singh and moi ..

Amitabh Bachchan on Facebook

Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg addresses the Internet.org Summit in New Delhi.

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Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg speaks at Internet.org summit in New Delhi.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his Facebook timeline:Today we bow to Mata Shailputri, who is worshipped on the first day of Navratri. May She bless us with prosperity, good health and wisdom!

PM Narendra Modi on Facebook

Deepika Padukone writes on Facebook: Watch passion come alive in Ang Laga De from Ram-Leela

Deepika Padukone on Facebook

Deepika Padukone writes on Facebook: Deepika in a stunning Dolce for today's Ram-Leela promotions

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Deepika Padukone writes on Facebook: For a daughter, nothing's better than receiving an award from her father... Watch as Deepika Padukone gets the CNN-IBN Indian of The Year 2013

Deepika Padukone on Facebook

Deepika Padukone

Deepika Padukone on Facebook

Deepika Padukone write on Facebook: A never before seen picture of Deepika Padukone with her IIFA awards for: Best Performance in a Leading Role & Best Entertainer of the Year Congratulate her in the comments below!

Deepika Padukone on Facebook

Deepika Padukone on Facebook: "The fruit of your own hard work is the sweetest"

Deepika Padukone on Facebook

Deepika Padukone write on Facebook: Here is the first look at Deepika Padukone in Finding Fanny!!

Deepika Padukone on Facebook

Deepika Padukone writes on Facebook: Here's an exclusive image of Deepika Padukone from the Finding Fanny music launch event!

Deepika Padukone on Facebook

Deepika Padukone writes on Facebook: A new day, a new look!

Deepika Padukone on Facebook

Hindu Rashtra Sena chief Dhananjay Desai and 21 of his cohorts in the random murder of Muslim IT professional Mohsin Sheikh in Pune. Lumpens were reacting to an FB post on Shivaji.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi with COO Facebook, Sheryl Sandberg at a meeting in New Delhi.

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Communications and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad showing a copy of the book "Lean In" presented by its author Sheryl Sandberg, Chief Operating Officer of Facebook during a meeting in New Delhi.

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Facebook CEO Sheryl Sandberg with FLO President Neeta Boochra, Sr Vice President Archana Garodia Gupta and Manju Kalra Prakash at an event organised by the FICCI Ladies Organisation in New Delhi.

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Facebook Chief Operating Officer (COO) Sheryl Sandberg at the company's office in Hyderabad.

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A study detailing how Facebook secretly manipulated the news feed of some 700,000 users to study "emotional contagion" has prompted anger on social media. For one week in 2012 Facebook tampered with the algorithm used to place posts into user news feeds to study how this affected their mood.

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Jan Koum, 38, co- founder of WhatsApp speaks in Munich. Until 24 hours ago, WhatsApp founder Jan Koum and his business partner Brian Acton were relatively unknown outside Silicon Valley tech circles. Now they are being discussed worldwide as California's latest billionaires. In fact, before founding WhatsApp, both men were actually turned down for jobs at Facebook.

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This Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014 photo shows the WhatsApp and Facebook app icons on an iPhone in New York. The world's biggest social networking company, Facebook, announced it is buying mobile messaging service WhatsApp for up to $19 billion in cash and stock.

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The Facebook team on a field trip to Walmart.

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Kapil Sibal vs Netizens Two Mumbai Facebookers arrested under Section 66 (A) of the IT Act, passed under the IT minister’s watch. After an outcry, Sibal came up with the perfect solution. Not to repeal the section or amend it, as demanded. He reposed faith in the official hierarchy. Blaming junior cops, he put their seniors in charge of arrests made under the section.

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Police personnel guard in a street at Palghar, Thane, Mumbai during a bandh call by Shiv Sena to protest against suspension of two senior police officers in connection with the arrest of two girls over a Facebook post.

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Shaheen Dhada and Rinu Srinivasan, who were arrested for their comments over their Facebook post questioning the shutdown in the city for Shiv Sena patriarch Bal Thackeray's funeral, after their release on bail by the Palghar court in Mumbai.

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Congress President Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra deleted his Facebook account following furore over his new status message that read, "Mango people in a banana republic," in an apparent dig at India Against Corruption (IAC) member Arvind Kejriwal and senior Supreme Court lawyer Prashant Bhushan, who on Friday, levelled allegations of corruption against him.

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In this image provided by Facebook, Facebook founder, Chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, center, rings the opening bell of the Nasdaq stock market from Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif. The social media company priced its IPO on Thursday at $38 per share, and beginning Friday regular investors will have a chance to buy shares.

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Delhi HC starts CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS against 21 social websites like FACEBOOK, GOOGLE, warns they’ll “do a China”; checks a must to block “objectionable, offensive material on sites”.

The Centre today told a Delhi court that there is sufficient material to proceed against 21 social networking sites, including Facebook, Google, Yahoo and Microsoft, for offences of promoting enmity between classes and causing prejudice to national integration. The court had on December 23 issued summons to these sites for allegedly committing offences of criminal conspiracy, sale of obscene books and sale of obscene objects to young persons.

Telecommunications Minister Kapil Sibal addresses a press conference in New Delhi.

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Telecommunications Minister Kapil Sibal addresses a press conference in New Delhi. Sibal said that Internet giants such as Facebook and Google have ignored his demands to screen derogatory material from their sites, so the government would have to take action on its own.

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Union Minister of Communications and Information Technology Kapil Sibal gestures during a press conference at his residence in New Delhi. Concerned over objectionable content on social networking sites, the government made it clear it cannot allow this to go on and has asked internet firms like Google and Facebook to fall in line. Sibal said, "It was brought to my notice some of the images and content on platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Google are extremely offensive to the religious sentiments of people of this country,"

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British Prime Minister David Cameron talks with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg during a working session on Internet related issues at the G8 summit in Deauville, France.

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Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg is seen during the e-G8 conference, gathering Internet and information technologies leaders and experts, in Paris. The conference of top digerati is billed as the first of its kind, being held in connection with Group of Eight powerful nations, whose leaders are holding a summit in the Normandy resort town of Deauville on May 26 and 27.

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Illustration by Sandeep Adhwaryu

WHO British monarch

WHAT The Queen has just given Facebook the royal treatment—by bestowing upon it her very own page, non-fussily called The British Monarchy.

WHY Before you scramble to befriend her, you must know that royal networking has its limits. Even when it’s virtual. So, no friend requests or unsolicited messages, please. Official info, event schedules and a few innocuous photos (you seriously expected Kate Middleton bikini candids?) are all you’ll get. You can “like” the page of course, but thou shalt not “poke”. Buckingham Palace has always preferred genteel handshakes, anyway.

Banned Pakistan places a ban on social networking site Facebook after a usergenerated contest page set up a ‘Draw Mohammed Day’. Site has 45 mn users there.

Supporters of religious group Anjuman Tulba-e-Islam chant slogans at a rally to condemn a page of Facebook that encourages users to post images of Islam's Prophet Muhammad in Multan, Pakistan.

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Pakistani Muslim step on flags of the U.S., Israel and Nordic countries during a demonstration against Facebook page which encourages users to post images of Islam's Prophet Muhammad, in Islamabad, Pakistan. Pakistan acknowledged the "suffering" caused by its bans on Facebook and YouTube, but said it would only consider restoring the websites if they take down pages considered offensive to Islam, the information technology ministry said.

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A Muslim protester shouts slogans as others hold placards during a protest against Facebook after prayers outside a mosque in Mumbai. The protest was against a competition of caricatures of Prophet Mohammed on facebook. Protesters also demanded that Indian government to ban facebook.

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Pakistani students hold a rally against Facebook page "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day!" in Islamabad, Pakistan. A Pakistani court ordered the government to block the popular social networking website Facebook temporarily because of a controversial page that encourages uses to submit images o Islam's Prophet Muhammad, a senior legal official said.

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Pakistani women affiliated with a religious party rally against the Facebook page "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day!" in Karachi, Pakistan. A Pakistani court ordered the government to block the popular social networking website Facebook temporarily because of the controversial page that encourages uses to submit images of Prophet Muhammad.

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Pakistani women rally holding a placard with the name of Prophet Muhammad in Multan, Pakistan. Pakistan's government ordered Internet service providers to block Youtube today after the social networking site Facebook was blocked on Wednesday amid anger over a page that encourages users to post images of Islam's Prophet Muhammad.

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