Betrayed by online data breach


It says a lot that Zuckerberg, the founder of a social network, has chosen to use traditional media to issue his apology.

IT IS ironic that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg turned to traditional media to get his message across. 

This followed allegations by a whistle blower that British consultancy Cambridge Analytica improperly accessed users’ information to build profiles on American voters that were later used to help elect US President Donald Trump in 2016.

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