Tuesday, 28 November 2023

FACE BOOK VIOLATIONS: Zuckerberg sorry for 'major breach of trust'

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The head of Facebook has apologised for the "major breach of trust" the social media platform committed, when it allowed personal information of 50 million users from being collected by a data mining company linked to President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign.


Mark Zuckerberg, however, could not explain why it took almost three years for Facebook to take action when it learned about the data breach as early as 2015.

In a separate statement posted on the social media platform he founded, Zuckerberg acknowledged that "mistakes" were made, adding "there's more to do, and will step up and do it". 

Zuckerberg was forced to apologies following reports that the US Federal Trade Commission an independent government body governing privacy policies, is looking into whether Facebook violated the 2011 rules on consent.

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