Mark Zuckerberg, CEO and founder of Facebook, celebrated the 16th birthday of the world’s most popular social platform, Facebook. Zuckerberg shared a post on his Facebook page saying: “Today is Facebook’s 16th birthday! When I started building the website, I never imagined it would grow to provide connectivity to billions of people around the world, I thought something like this was necessary to build for the world, but I thought someone else would do it, but we believe in more depth in the power of connecting people, so we kept going forward When others questioned.
“Zuckerberg”: “I have learned a lot since 2004, the past few years in particular have been very modest, and one of the most important lessons I have learned is that you always defend your principles, even if they are unpopular or old.”
We believe progress will happen when you give people a voice and bring them together, that’s what we stand for, we know that there will also be problems when more people are given voice and new ways to communicate, and we will continue to work to address them, but we believe in empowering people, because we believe in people Ultimately, these basic ideas have guided us over the past 16 years and will continue to guide us for a long time to come, so thank you for being part of this community.
Today Facebook celebrates its 16th birthday, as the first social site appeared in the world on February 4, 2004, and was established by Mark Zuckerberg with his college colleagues and Harvard University students, Eduardo Saffren, Andrew McCallum, Dustin Moskowitz and Chris Hughes, and within 24 hours of its launch, 1,200 Harvard students signed up, and after one month more than half of the undergraduate students had a “profile”.