Famously private tech top dog Mark Zuckerberg is opening up to the public for the first time in a question and answer session online.
The Facebook founder, and more recently Chinese language student, is taking an hour out of his busy schedule to field questions from, basically, anyone who asks.
Much like Reddit’s famous AMAs (ask me anything threads), Zuckerberg will choose to answer a selection of questions posted by people on the Q&A with Mark Facebook page, so now’s the time to put any burning questions to the entrepreneur.
There have already been 6,986 questions, from bugbears about Facebook features, to questions on privacy and, of course, possibly the most common question ever asked of anyone at Facebook- when will there be a "dislike" button?
Here are some of the best so far:
- Why are you forced us to install Facebook messenger ?
- We want organic reach back on our pages.
- How do you protect our privacy ?
- Would you consider creating a Facebook site for kids? With stricter privacy settings and closely monitored feeds?
- How will Artificial Intelligence or AI play into the future of social networks and infrastructure, like our roads and even health delivery systems?
- How much time do you spend on Facebook yourself on an average day?
- When are you going to introduce the dislike button?
- Where do you see Facebook 10 years from now?
- What beer were you drinking when you created Facebook? This is a MUST know.
- What's your favourite feature Facebook developed but didn't release?
- Has there been a reduction in young US teen engagement with Facebook over the last year? What's your response to surveys that say there has been?
- Is there anyway to stop CandyCrush game requests?
- Can you call future events like this "Question Mark"?
Tune it at 10pm tonight, UK time, to see Zuckerberg share his answers.