Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg knows quite a bit about us, and it’s about time we have some information about him. The University of Wisconsin Milwaukee has set up a complete archive of everything Zuckerberg has said in public. Called the ‘Zuckerberg Files‘ it is available for researchers to access for free.
The idea is that because Facebook is where we spend a large amount of time of our online lives, it would be best to know what its creator thinks about privacy and the sharing of personal information. A complete archive makes it easier to understand what the CEO thinks of Facebook’s role in the debate about social networking. It is also intended to provide a platform for users to provide better policy recommendations.
Over 100 full text transcripts and 50 videos are already in the archive, but you will have to directly email the Zuckerberg Files for access.