Cambridge Analytical report recently has revealed that Facebook leaked out over 50 million people’s personal data in the sake of 2016 US election and regarding of this data privacy scandal of Facebook, Brian Acton the former co-founder of WhatsApp is firing-storm over the social giant saying to delete the Facebook app. Today, adding the hashtag he twitted his followers that “It is time. #deletefacebook.”
Long story short, Brian Acton was the co-founder of WhatsApp left about four years ago when Facebook at 2014 bought his messaging app for $16 billion while his friend Jan Koum continued with the company to lead WhatsApp under the shade of Facebook.
By the way, it is not only Brian Acton but everyone should take a serious concern about the recent Facebook’s data privacy scandal because no one knows yet that whose private data had been leaked out, it could be yours or could be mine. The main point is that in the social platform we directly or indirectly are involved with each other, so, in here, if our private info is being leaked out without our permission then where should we keep our trust?
However, we trusted on Facebook and following the company policy we put all of our personal data to the company to keep all these secret. But at the end, Facebook blurted out all the secret of us. So, for the sake of saving your personal data do you not think that there is no alternative but deleting the Facebook to stop further scandal?