Despite Facebook's big scandals, no one can deny Mark Zuckerberg's reputation and talent. As a technology CEO and the youngest billionaire in the history of the world, he always contributes to the society with many big projects, which is more or less a great milestone that only a million of the world may sew. I can do it.
That's Mark Zuckerberg of 2019, so that's the person but what is the version of the young years that didn't start your career? Having said that, "young buffalo" is an adjective that is not strong enough to talk about those intense days: Mark Zuckerberg is said to have set up an account to impersonate the person he hates, then acts as if they were racists who deserve to be condemned.
Childhood Mark Zuckerberg at Harvard.
It may sound a bit heavy, but it is shared by Ben Mezrich, the author of "The Accidental Billionaires" about the history of Facebook's establishment, which has been chosen to adapt to the familiar "The Social Network" movie. in 2010. He said Mark Zuckerberg was a bit of a villain that day, used this trick to play his opponent at Harvard.
If you've read or watched movies about Facebook history, you probably know about the Winklevoss twins studying at Harvard with Mark Zuckerberg at the time. They voiced the lawsuit against Mark for stealing the idea of making his social network, extending complicated days between the two. At that time, Mark Zuckerberg (according to writer Mezrich) hacked data from brother Cameron Winklevoss, faking everything to look like a racist and sexist.
Jesse Eisenberg as Mark Zuckerberg (The Social Network).
It is known that this information reached Mezrich thanks to some internal messages revealed after the script "The Social Network" was written. "Zuckerberg lied to the Winklevoss twins to help with his plan. He hacked into the computer program and created a fake fake information account for Cameron that nobody knew," quoted Mezrich.
Still, further deep-rooted steps on the information have yet to be made and verified, not sure if it's 100% true or not, even if Mark Zuckerberg really doesn't like his brothers. that.