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Whose image was used in the original Facebook logo?
When Facebook was launched in 2004, Mark Zuckerberg’s asked co-founder and fellow Harvard classmate Andrew McCollum to design a logo. McCollum took a pixelated blue-and-white male face, covered it “with a fog of ones and zeros”, and placed it in the top right-hand corner of the home page.
People began to debate who’s the face it was and how it landed on Facebook’s website. When the logo was removed in 2007, it was revealed that the first “face” of Facebook belonged to a young Al Pacino. Why he chose actor Al Pacino remains a mystery.