Cambridge Analytica scandal: Should Zuckerberg give up Facebook?
—Are you going to resign? A journalist asked next.
—Not that I know! He answered bluntly.
In the midst of the scandal over the improper use of data from the Cambridge Analytica consultancy – the biggest crisis the social network has faced in its 14-year history – some question the leadership of its creator and executive director. But Zuckerberg is not willing to give up his chair so easily.
One of the largest shareholders of Facebook called for the resignation of Mark Zuckerberg Scott Stringer, controller of the New York City pension portfolio, which has $ 1 billion in shares of the social network, considered that an “external chairman” and three directors with experience in ethical use of information should take charge of the company after the scandal of filtering of personal data linked to Cambridge Analytica