TORONTO – Want to chat with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg?
Well here’s your chance. Zuckerberg is conducting the first ever Facebook Live Q&A with users next week.
The Facebook developer announced in an online post that he will hold the session on June 14 at 11:30 a.m. PT, to interact with online fans on a variety of topics.
Potential subject include “connecting the world, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, live video, entrepreneurship, philanthropy and more.”
Anyone can ask a question by commenting on the post, and the ones with the most ‘likes’ will be addressed during the session.
The social networking site was once again in headlines last week when Zuckerberg’s own Facbooke account was hacked.
PCMag reported Zuckerberg’s account was hacked by a group called OurMine Team, which claimed his password was one among more than 100 million acquired in 2012 during a LinkedIn hack. The hacking group claims a new set of data from the trespass was divulged in May, provoking more recent hacks.
Celeb social networking accounts have seen a rash of hacks lately. Kylie Jenner, Tenacious D, Keith Richards, and the Ryan Dunn have all recently had Twitter accounts hijacked.