Facebook’s brutal year of one bad news cycle after another has
continued pretty much interrupted, with today offering the latest
bit of fuel for the fire.
Reporters have been combing through a previously sealed trove
of internal emails released by the UK Parliament which has turned
up scores of juicy tidbits.
For example: Mark Zuckerberg personally approved cutting off
Vine from being able to use Facebook to help users find their
friends; the seemingly cavalier attitude internally around Android
call-scraping that landed Facebook in hot water; and naïveté
early on about various Facebook-related risks. In one email from
2012, Zuckerberg talks about being generally skeptical “that there
is as much data leak strategic risk as you think.”
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Mark Zuckerberg’s response to leaked Facebook emails: We’re
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Mark Zuckerberg’s response to leaked Facebook emails: We’re actually the good guys