Facebook's IPO

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Social networking giant Facebook has filed the paperwork to begin selling public shares. The long-anticipated filing is the largest Internet public offering ever. The website, with 845 million users, is expected to be valued at between $75 and $100 billion. We discuss the potential impact of the IPO on users, Silicon Valley and the financial industry.

Guests:

Mike Swift, staff writer for the San Jose Mercury News

Eric Goldman, associate professor at the Santa Clara University School of Law and director of the High Tech Law Institute

Dylan Tweney, executive editor of Venture Beat

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