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His actions were, Zuckerberg defended himself by saying "Actions campus party that blocked site true reason, but unfortunately they do not realize their potential can only be a tool for campus popularity booster itself." He continued: "Sooner or later, later on there will be others who make similar sites."Not cured, the next semester, precisely on February 4, 2004, Zuckerberg created a new site called "The Facebook", which is located URL: .. this new site, Zuckerberg commented sarcastically: "I think an effort campus parties that want to make a medium of exchange of information between the academic community that takes many years is a ridiculous thing.
It did not take long, this site has spread its use in almost all campuses in the U. Here they also aided also by Adam D'Angelo and Sean Parker.
Mid-2004, got its first investment fromcofounder of Pay Pal, Pieter Thiel.
With this Website, I can do it just within one week only ".2When we first launched "The Facebook" is limited only among the Harvard campus. Within one month of its users already covers more than half the number of students at Harvard at that time.
Furthermore, a number of colleagues Zuckerberg join the team.In 2005 also, facebook has expanded the reach of users to the high school student.