Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's founder and one of the world's youngest billionaires, has finally posted his personal thoughts on the anti-piracy bills currently being considered in the House and Senate -- on Facebook, of course. The statement speaks for itself, as does the immediate and overwhelming response from Facebook users. So far, the comment calling for a Facebook blackout has collected well over 3,000 Likes in about 30 minutes.
Update (2:23 p.m.): Zuck even broke his Twitter silence to tweet about it! A tweet in which he linked back to Facebook.
Tell your congressmen you want them to be pro-internet. My Facebook post is here: facebook.com/zuck/posts/101…— Mark Zuckerberg (@finkd) January 18, 2012
That said, it sure has been a while since his last tweet -- which also just linked back to Facebook:
Also just created a public page on FB: www.facebook.com/markzuckerberg— Mark Zuckerberg (@finkd) March 13, 2009
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