Friday, 23 March 2018

What Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg didn't say (and what it took him hours to)

Hours after posting a mea culpa on his Facebook page that Facebook users complained fell far short, the beleaguered Facebook CEO took to traditional media to say the words he couldn't bring himself to say earlier in the day: "I'm sorry."

In his first public address of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the Facebook CEO also didn't say a lot of other things that Facebook users wanted to hear about the pilfering of sensitive information from tens of millions of them.

For example, Zuckerberg didn't explain why Facebook tried to stop publication of news articles informing the public of the breach.



By Jessica Guynn.
Full story at Phys.




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