TODAY's Takeaway: Zuckerberg talks Facebook at 10, Woody Allen's lawyer responds

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By Lauren Sullivan

1. Happy birthday, Facebook! In honor of the social network’s 10-year anniversary, Savannah interviewed founder Mark Zuckerberg about his company’s success.

“We want to always serve people first,” Zuckerberg said in the exclusive interview. “And if I had to do it again I would make the same decisions all over again.”

Also, Zuckerberg admitted he’s the dog photo-posting kind of Facebook user. Also, he looks like Savannah’s fiancé.

2. Speaking for the first time since Dylan Farrow wrote an open letter accusing Woody Allen of molesting her as a child, Allen’s lawyer told TODAY Dylan’s memories were “implanted” by her mother.

"In my view, she's not lying," Elkan Abramowitz told Savannah. "She truly believes this happened."

3. The Olympics Opening Ceremony is just three days away, and American athletes are landing in Sochi, ready to compete.

Matt spoke with speedskaters Eddy Alvarez and Jessica Smith and figure skater Ashley Wagner about their excitement.

4. Andy Samberg told Savannah he’s still reeling from his Golden Globe win for “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”

"It's about as shocked as I've ever been about anything ever," he the “SNL” alum said. “Our show is so new; the word 'acting' is involved in the award ... all of the above.”

And that’s TODAY’s Takeaway!

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