We all know very well that 2018 has not been easy for the social network giant Facebook, which has already had to deal with issues involving Cambridge Analytica and an attack that affected 90 million accounts. According to the latest reports, the CEO of the social network giant Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg recently stated that he is not going to quit Facebook.
Mark Zuckerberg: I Will Not QUIT Facebook
The current year, of course, 2018 has not been easy for Facebook, which has already had to deal with issues involving Cambridge Analyticaand an attack that affected 90 million accounts. And not only that, as the problems have appeared even when the blame does not seem to be from the social network.
However, recently, the CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg has clarified that he is not thinking about giving up despite the problems that the social network giant Facebook has gone through in recent months. As the CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in an interview “that is not the plan, hence, I am not going to leave my office”.
Moreover,Mark Zuckerberg also defended the Chief Operating Officer of Facebook, Sheryl Sandberg. As the CEO of the social network giant Facebook stated that the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Facebook “Sheryl is a really important part of this company and she is leading many efforts in many of the big issues we have”.
In recent months, Facebook was accused of not having prevented Russian interference through its platform during the 2016 elections. And not only that it was also involved in the Cambridge Analytica case, in which the user data of Facebook was used to help the current president of the US, of course, Donald Trump. In addition, a security breach has also exposed the private data of millions of users of its platform.
However, a well-known media platform said that the social network giant Facebook did not say everything it knew about Russian interference.
While the communication manager of the social network giant Facebook, of course, Elliot Schrage assumed the responsibility for one of the facts reproached to Facebook: having hired the public relations agency defers to spread false information and defame the detractors of the Facebook.
“I knew and approved the decision to hire definers and similar companies,” as he said in a memo to all its Facebook employees, noting that Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg “counted” on him to oversee the work of the agency. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.