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Mark Zuckerberg's Years-Long Apology Tour
April 10, 2018
Updated 7mo ago
The Facebook CEO appeared before Congress for the first time Tuesday, issuing his most public apology yet for the Cambridge Analytica scandal. But it's not the first time he's had to say he's sorry.
IBM's Blockchain is Live and Bank-Issued Stablecoins Are On Their Way
Mar 7, 2019
Zuckerberg's Pivot to Privacy Is Missing the Part About Making Money
Nearly a year after the Cambridge Analytica scandal exploded into public view and[severely damaged Facebook's reputation for guarding user privacy, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that he was pivoting from the very vision that made the company into the social media behemoth it is today.
Mar 14, 2019
WhatsApp Chief Left Over Disagreement on Zuckerberg's Plan to Unify Apps
Chris Daniels, who led WhatsApp for less than a year, specifically left Facebook over disagreements with CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s plan to unify the messaging infrastructure across Facebook’s suite of apps.
Mar 13, 2019
Former Zuckerburg Mentor and 'Zucked' Author Roger McNamee Calls for Drastic Changes to Tech Industry
Roger McNamee, an early Facebook investor and mentor of Mark Zuckerberg, is calling for drastic measures for Silicon Valley giants to undo rampant abuse of data privacy ー and says it will take more than Zuckerberg's recent announcement that his company would pivot to focus on privacy and encryption. "That's a dodge," McNamee said of the announcement.