06/02/2010 // TiffNews10
Palos Verdes – Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke at a conference on Wednesday about recent changes to the site, and inquiries regarding taking the company public. As reported by Reuters, Zuckerberg stated at the All Things Digital conference that there was not a date planned for an IPO and new features that sparked concerns about privacy on the site were designed to help improve the experience of users.
Zuckerberg is quoted in the report as stating, “Certainly on a day-to-day basis if we didn’t disrupt things that would be the easiest way to proceed… But we don’t believe that if we did that we’d be doing the best thing for us long-term or for the industry.”
Zuckerberg is further quoted as stating of personalization features, “I don’t know if we always get it right… But my prediction will be that a few years from now, we’ll look back and wonder why there was ever this time when all these websites and applications … weren’t personalized in some way.”
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