In some ways, Facebook seems like the first social network of the Internet Age. Founded in 2004, by Mark Zuckerberg, whose myth story was made popular by the movie The Social Network, Facebook is both ubiquitous and far-reaching. Facebook is one of the most trafficked sites in the world.
Now, extremely successful, Zuckerberg recently announced that he would donate 99% of his shares in the company to charity over time. Previously, he invested money into education reform and into establishing Internet access for all, across the globe.
As part of our The Internet Can’t Be Stopped campaign, Facebook debuted their interpretation: An all-green stoplight floating in space an array of stars in the background. It’s a symbolic representation of how the signals for the future of the Internet’s uses, reach, and our interactions with one another can’t, won’t be stopped. When we asked the Creative Lead behind the poster, Ji Lee, about why he thinks the Internet can’t be stopped, he answered with “Internet can’t be stopped. So, how far can we go?”