MARK Zuckerberg is one of the top five richest people on Earth.
Zuckerberg, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, and Google’s Sundar Pichai will all take the stand before congress on March 25.
What is Mark Zuckerberg’s net worth?
As of 2021, Mark Zuckerberg is reportedly worth $108billion.
Zuckerberg, 36, is known for co-founding Facebook, Inc. and serves as its chairman, chief executive officer, and controlling shareholder.
Zuckerberg is the youngest billionaire to breach the top 10 wealthiest people in the world.
His net worth is greater than the GDP of Jordan, Nicaragua, and Jamaica combined, reported Business Insider.
How much does Mark Zuckerberg make per day?
Zuckerberg makes between 6 and 12 million dollars per day, which results in an estimated yearly earning of more than 3 billion dollars, according to Celeb Answers.
In 2018, Zuckerberg earned roughly $1.7 million an hour, according to previous Business Insider calculations.
As of last year, he was reportedly ranked the fourth richest person on the planet.
It takes Zuckerberg less than an hour-and-a half to earn what the average American man with a bachelor’s degree will earn in his lifetime — $2.2 million, according to the Social Security Administration.
In less than two minutes, Zuckerberg makes what it takes the full-time median US worker a year to earn — $48,328, writes Business Insider.
Why will Mark Zuckerberg testify before congress?
The CEOs of Facebook, Google, and Twitter will all have to testify before the US Congress for a hearing on digital misinformation on March 25.
Zuckerberg and Dorsey already had to defend their policies to a Senate Judiciary Committee back in November.
That hearing was regarding how the platforms moderated content in the run up to the 2020 presidential election.
The committee chairs revealed that the three big tech CEOs would be tesitfying in an official statement.
The statement explained: “Whether it be falsehoods about the COVID-19 vaccine or debunked claims of election fraud, these online platforms have allowed misinformation to spread, intensifying national crises with real-life, grim consequences for public health and safety.”
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It continued: “For far too long, big tech has failed to acknowledge the role they’ve played in fomenting and elevating blatantly false information to its online audiences.
“Industry self-regulation has failed.
“We must begin the work of changing incentives driving social media companies to allow and even promote misinformation and disinformation.”