Speaking at a town-hall-style meeting in India on Wednesday, Mark Zuckerberg sought to explain, and at times defend, Facebook’s plans to expand access to the Internet by offering a stripped-down free version. During a roughly hourlong question-and-answer session at the Indian Institute of Technology in New Delhi, Mr. Zuckerberg said Internet.org — which offers a…

“It’s important to give people more options than just like,” said Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook. Facebook’s famous “like” button, with its silhouette of an upturned thumb, will soon be accompanied by an alternative: a way to “dislike” a post. On Tuesday, Mark Zuckerberg, the company’s co-founder and chief executive, said that Facebook was “very close to…

Nearly two years ago, Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, announced an ambitious effort to connect the world’s poorest people to the Internet. Mr. Zuckerberg’s vision — carried out with partners through an entity called Internet.org — encompasses a range of strategies, including lasers, drones and satellites beaming Internet signals down from the sky. But the…

“Use and Abuse of Social Media” was one of the plenary sessions at arab luxury world that brought together everyone in the social media spectrum – from platforms to bloggers to agencies. Fashion blogger Zahra Lyla Khalil of Lyla Loves Fashion expressed her frustration with the term “blogger” being overused and somewhat abused since anyone…