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Former Facebook executives asked Xiaozha to resign as CEO

via:博客园     time:2019/5/25 22:31:52     readed:149

NetEase Technology News May 25, according to foreign media reports, the former social security company Facebook security chief suggested that the company's CEO (CEO) Mark · Mark Zuckerberg (Mark Zuckerberg) should resign.

In the face of a series of problems such as user privacy protection in Facebook's operations, critics have asked for the split of the social networking company. However, Facebook's former security director Alex · Alex Stamos does not agree to split Facebook, but instead thinks that the solution to Facebook's problem is that Zuckerberg should be the chief executive of the social networking company. The official resigned.

Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes and other critics believe that US government regulators should ask Facebook to split popular services such as Instagram and WhatsApp from the company.

But Stamos believes that the same basic problems that exist in the three companies created by the split remain unresolved.

Facebook has been working hard to resolve issues such as privacy, fake news and hate speech in its operations.

Former Facebook executive Chris Kelly told CNBC on Friday that the company had taken steps to address user privacy and data.

Kelly was an early Facebook leader who served as the chief privacy officer for the social media company from 2004 to 2009 and was the company's first chief legal counsel.

Zuckerberg said in a report released on Facebook local time on Thursday that splitting the company would undermine its efforts to combat misinformation and policy violations.

& ldquo;This year, our budget for security systems exceeded our total revenue for the entire year. “Zuckerberg said, “We can do things that others can't do.” ”

Zuckerberg remains the controlling shareholder of the social media giant, so his CEO's position is unlikely to be replaced without his consent.

Stamos left Facebook last year when the company was dealing with the impact of false information disseminated on its social networking platform. At a technical conference in Toronto this week, he made the above recommendations. (Tianmen Mountain)


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