Facebook Scandal: Mark Zuckerberg urged to quit Facebook board

People are not letting the Facebook’s leaked data scandal go off easily, instead they keep criticizing and advising, even as Mark Zuckerberg has apologized and announced new privacy control.

Investor Scott Stringer, said in a TV interview, urged the Founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg to quit Facebook board to protect user privacy.

Scott Stringer oversees New York City’s (NYC) pension fund investments with an almost $1 billion stake in the social media platform.

He also said the board of directors needed three independent chairman and remove Mark Zuckerberg as chairman of the board, to ensure privacy safeguards after the scandal that revealed data leaked of over 50 million Facebook accounts.

Earlier this week, Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, fires back at Apple’s CEO Tim Cook criticism.

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook said “he wouldn’t be in Zuckerberg’s situation that Facebook doesn’t care about users”, he also said that the, “Cambridge Analytica data leaked was an invasion of privacy to traffic the personal data of users.”

Mark Zuckerberg fires back by saying, “Tim Cook suggestion was extremely glib” and that “Apple’s business model is not customer friendly”

What will you do if you are in Mark Zuckerberg’s situation?

3 Comments

  1. Hmm.. Wish him a relief and a great strategy to get rid of every problems over his business.. May God help him through.

  2. I pray he is going to the right path and may his business not fall oo,because I am surprised to hear that he quiet facebook board.

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