Mark Zuckerberg gets its first patent

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His invention can control the privacy of users on social networks.

Zuckerberg poses in front of the sign of the social network Facebook

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has always been known for not being a manager only but also CEO generator product. His first invention was the one that enables privacy control in the accounts of social network users … although by the time his discovery was reluctant to pass the examination of those responsible for the registration of U.S. patents.

The Patent Office of the United States was at first suspicious of the discovery of Zuckerberg. The idea seemed too vague and obvious as to deserve to be shielded with a patent. Although eventually the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office hours accepted as a valid patent the idea , after a long tug of war, as The Wall Street Journal picks.

The discovery dates back to 2006. Zuckerberg has since made other inventions and has managed to patent them, even before that would give the nod to his first patent. Facebook has lobbied to achieve the nod to this, as explained by the Journal, because it needs to accumulate the more better: the wars in the ICT sector today have a battlefield the world of intellectual property of the skeleton of the products.

The patent is not only the name of Mark Zuckerberg, Chris also has Kelly, former head of social network privacy, as a starter.

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