Beck posted on his Facebook page that the meeting with Zuckerberg will be interesting as the CEO looks to provide a voice for everyone in social media. "How does a company who allowed voices to be heard in Iran and Egypt which sparked revolution silence voices of anyone here? I am trying to rearrange my schedule to see if I can make it. It would be interesting to look him in the eye as he explains and a win for all voices if we can come to a place of real trust with this powerful tool. Facebook is, to me, a tool not unlike radio, TV or even the telephone. It is as wide as broadcast but as personal as the telephone. We can connect with one another the world over unlike anything man has ever seen before. These are exciting times for personal freedom, pursuits and identity. If it is to be as ubiquitous as Alexander Graham Bell's invention, it must remain as unbiased as the telephone--otherwise it too will fracture or fall apart over time due to competitors who will carve out their own place without agenda."