Give Me Another Chance – Mark Zuckerberg


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Today Mark Zuckerberg sought another opportunity for himself to lead the social network giant despite accept faults that his company made in sharing its people’s data with a third-party. Embroiled in a huge information breach following the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook yesterday said information on about eighty-seven million people is mostly in the United States. The US may have been wrongfully shared with London based political consulting company Cambridge Analytica.

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Mark Zuckerberg, who co-founded the company in 2004. Once again admitted the lapses and asked for another opportunity to lead Facebook. He told reporters during a discussion call when asked if he is yet the greatest person to lead Facebook “Give me another chance”. “This a big fault. It’s my fault,” Zuckerberg said, taking the condemn for the huge information breach. “Yes. user make the fault and learn along the way.

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I’m the 1st to agree we didn’t take a broad sufficient view of what our duties are…What user should hold us responsible for is learning from the faults,” he said. Mark said he was unaware of the board asking him to step down against the backdrop of the information breach scandal. When asked if the board has asked him to step down in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

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Then he said “Not that I am conscious of…Nobody has been fired because of this scandal”. “I have not, due to the CA condition, yet. We’re still operating through this. At the end of the day, this is my duty. There have been a lot of questions about that. I began this place, I run it, I’m liable for what happens here,” Mark told reporters.

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“I’m not looking to throw anyone else under the bus for fault we made here,” Mark said. Responding to a question, he said it will take years for the company to adjust the issue. “It will be a multi-year process to battle disinformation,” he said, adding that this will be a “never-ending battle.” “I’m sure we’re building progress against these adversaries but they’re very sophisticated. We can’t hope to completely solve a problem like this,” Zuckerberg said.