Brian Acton, co-founder of WhatsApp, turned out to be billions of people when Facebook purchased e-mail applications for $ 22 billion in 2014. However, according to Forbes's profile Prof. Forbes announced on Wednesday it is a decision to make him unstable.
Acton appointed WhatsApp in 2017 and Jan Koum in August as CEO. According to Forbes, Acton's release before Facebook's stock was completely bought was $ 850 million ($ 850 million).
The main fracture of FacebookThere are 1.5 billion users in this. Koum and Acton resisted the adoption of Facebook's highly profitable targeted advertising model that allows personalized data to allow marketers to post ads to specific types of social network users. Due to this discrepancy, the tension between Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and operations manager Sheryl Sandberg is rising.
"I sold the user's privacy stronger," Acton to Forbes says. "I have made choices and compromises and are living with it everyday."
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The social network has been scrutinized since the Cambridge Analytics scandal in March, revealing that 87 million Facebook users are collecting personal information in the UK based digital consulting company. At that time, Acton said, "It's time, Deletefacebook." Tweeted.
Acton 's comment on Wednesday came to be responsible for Facebook this week' s release of Instagram co – founder Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger. Their starting point isI would have strengthened my knowledge about Instagram for the past few months.
Late on Wednesday, David Marcus, head of the Facebook block chain …
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