Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg is taking his question-and-answer show on the road, announcing in a Facebook post that he will host a town-hall Q&A Wednesday (Jan. 14) in Bogota, Colombia.
He wrote in his post:
I’m hosting our third town-hall Q&A next Wednesday, Jan. 14, from Bogota, Colombia.
I’ll be in Colombia for Internet.org, and I’m looking forward to doing our first ever international Q&A.
These Q&As are an opportunity for you to ask me questions, and for me to hear from you how we can make Facebook better. This Q&A, I’m looking forward to hearing from more people who use Facebook in Latin America.
To ask a question, go to the Q&A with Mark page and just comment on the post. To vote for a question, just like that comment. I’ll answer questions for about an hour and try to get through as many as possible. We will post the video of the Q&A on the page, and I’ll post some video highlights here, as well.
I look forward to answering your questions!
And a post on the Q&A with Mark page added:
Do you have a question for Mark? Mark will be answering questions at our third town-hall Q&A next Wednesday, Jan. 14, in Bogota, Colombia.
Ask your question below in the comments or vote on a question already asked by liking it. Even better, send us a short video of you asking your question to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ll be posting photos and video of the event here.
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