Facebook Founder To Admit ‘Bunch Of Mistakes’ In Privacy U-turn

Facebook Founder Admits 'Bunch Of Mistakes' In Privacy Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook founder, has admitted that Facebook made “a bunch of mistakes” regarding privacy and he has agreed to overhaul company’s privacy policy in order to make a major change after the regulatory criticism from Federal Trade Commission of U.S.A.

Writing in a blog post, facebook founder has said that he founded his social networking site on the idea allowing people to connect and share with others in their lives. However, for doing this user’s need a complete control over the sharing at all times”.

On the contrary, he added that the entire site had a quite glorious history of being free on privacy related issues. “I am the first person to admit that our company has made a handful of mistakes,” he added.

He also claimed that the executives of the site “are always capable of doing better” on this controversial issue.

His claims about the mistakes revealed after the allegation of Federal Trade Commission (FTC) about the systematic invasion of users’ privacy on 7 specific counts.


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