Spring could not have been more ungrateful to Mark Zuckerberg. The social network Facebook is being the target of much criticism and the latest comes from WhatsApp itself. Or rather, one of its founders.
Bought by Facebook in 2014 for $ 16 billion, the WhastApp social network is today one of the largest. Or rather, considering direct competitors like Facebook Messenger and not other social networks – such as Instagram, Snapchat or Facebook itself – then it can be said to be the largest of them all.
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After all, WhatsApp shares planet Earth with Messenger for pure message-to-person spaces. However, it was not for all these reasons that Brian Acton failed to share a relatively strong in your Twitter account.
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In fact, WhatsApp co-founder mentioned "It is time. #Deletefacebook". Now, Acton does not appear to have had any difficulty in sharing his opinion through a tweet This of course, given your connection to Facebook.
Theoretically, because of the link between the two companies and, of course, between Acton and Mark Zuckerberg – even at the bargain level – the assumption was that the co-founder of one of the world's most widely used social networks would refrain from this controversy. But that did not happen.
Instead, it promptly posted on Twitter what it thinks is a good sign for users of the world's most used social network. The reason had already been described in EBox, so I advise you to read the respective article so that you are more in line with the theme.
Anyway, in a very brief synopsis, pass the phrase, Facebook discloses the public and private information of its users. It is, indeed, a peculiar, sensitive but expectable theme.
We'll see how this whole issue will evolve from now on.
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