‘We’re going to be on Twitter forever’ – Facebook founder to the BBC

Facebook has said it will be “on Twitter forever” as it launches a new service in the coming months.

Speaking at the BBC’s World of Digital event, Mark Zuckerberg said that the company will be able to “share more content” and “be more personal” and said the platform would be open to all and not just a select few.

The social media company said that users can now share posts on its Facebook Messenger app, and will be unable to delete posts.

“We are going to have a lot of content to share, we are going have a much wider range of things to share.

We will be more personal and we are also going to see more personalisation of our content,” Zuckerberg said.

The new service will be available in the UK, the US and Brazil, and Zuckerberg said Facebook will continue to work with Google on its search technology, and that it was working on a “biggest” app in the world.

“It’s just been a really great start, a really big milestone for the company.

And it’s just a really exciting time for us,” Zuckerberg told the BBC.

The company said it has “more news to come” in the next few months.

“It’s going to take time,” Zuckerberg added.

“This is just one of the exciting things we are doing,” he added.

“This is the start of a new era for Facebook.

And we are really excited about it.””

We will be on Facebook forever.

We are going for it.”