Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of the social networking site Facebook, had announced that he will be soon coming to India for hosting Townhall Q&As in Delhi on the 28th of October 2015.
Time for discussion and the meeting was fixed at 12 pm in IIT Delhi. There are over millions of Facebook users and therefore, a series of Questions were thrown at him from various angles regarding several issues such as technology and others, out of which one became the Question of the Year.
One of the Facebook users Dims Digari had asked the CEO, “How can we stop getting candy crush requests? I seriously don’t wanna play it.” He even trolled the Facebook head asking Mark to delete the game since none of the users want to play that. People even began saying that there are two types of people in the Facebook world. One who keeps on sending candy crush requests as if there is no tomorrow while some wants to kill people by sending the requests!!! See what the Q/A round has in store for us.
Mark bursts out in laughter while replying. He even said that the user has asked one of the top voted questions so far with over 7,500 likes. He mentioned that Facebook is working on the solution to solve the issue of candy crush requests. ”I sent a message to the person who is in the developer team to get rid of the issue. There are some tools that are outdated which let people send people invitees. We hadn’t prioritized shutting it down. But we are doing it now”, said mark during the Townhall.