Mark Zuckerberg , the Ceo of Facebook went on an apology for the Data Privacy Scandal. The #DeleteFacebook hype followed by the Cambridge Analytica Scandal is spreading everywhere. To beat that hype, CEO Zuckerburg and COO Sheryl Sendberg started giving interviews on various media, newspaper, and online blogs. Now, the social Networking company come up with a full page ad of “Breach of trust” in several major British and American newspapers.
This apology ads were placed on some popular Print Media of Uk and US are The Observer, The Sunday Times, Mail on Sunday, Sunday Mirror, Sunday Express and Sunday Telegraph in the UK, while in the US, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal on Sunday edition.
This ad was personally signed by the Zuckerberg, where he promised to “do better ” in the last line.In this ad facebook said that they already changed the data-collection policies following the controversy, and is reviewing “every single app” that accesses large amounts of user-data. The ad goes on to claim that it will ban all such apps from its platform that are found to be in violation of its stated policies, and promises not to withhold information from users if it found any other offenders.
The Cambridge Analytica is now facing investigation in the UK ,where around 20 officers from the country’s Information Commissioner’s Office raided the London headquarters of the company last Friday.