Facebook CEO Regrets For Data Misuse

San Fransisco , March 21 – Mark Zukerberg, the CEO of Facebook yesterday admitted that his organization made a mistake by handling data of 50 million British citizens. He also assured that he would take stern action against the offenders .Recently Facebook , the number one social media network of the world faced an enquiry in Europe and in the USA . Cambridge Analytica , a British political consultancy illegally accessed millions of British Facebook users and then made fake profiles of American voters to elect U.S. President Donald Trump . Zuckerberg assured the media that his organization was committed to stop irregularities in the forthcoming elections in India and Brazil.
Senior officials of Facebook including Rob Sherman, the Deputy Chief Privacy officer met the US intelligence officers and faced an inquiry that lasted for quite a long time. Meanwhile, Cambridge Analytica suspended it’s Chief Executive Alexander Nix who was found guilty for playing a vital role to elect the US President Donald Trump.

by TNBC Staff Reporter on March 22, 2018

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