Whilst profits have continued to rise steadily for Facebook – including a year-on-year revenue increase of 30% in the fourth quarter, beating projections – the company’s media coverage has continued to slip from bad to worse as accusations against Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg have continued to gain traction.
Earlier this month, Co-Founder and one-time roommate of Zuckerberg, Chris Hughes, penned an impassioned essay on his relationship with the troubled visionary and his concerns about Facebook’s ‘unchecked power’. In the letter, published via the New York Times, Hughes joined the vast crowd of concerned officials and lawmakers calling for greater restrictions to be brought against Facebook, and ultimately sought to call time on Zuckerberg’s leadership.
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