B On Facebook, there are several staff changes in a very prominent way: Product Manager Chris Cox, who was always considered CEO Mark Zuckerberg's close confidence, will leave the company. Also leaving is Chris Daniels, who has so far been Facebook-connected short message service Whatsapp. Above all, Cox's deviation is remarkable, he was next Zuckerberg and CEO Sheryl Sandberg to the most famous Facebook managers. He joined the company in 2005, the year after the company was founded. Chris Daniels did not take Whatsapp's management until last spring after founder Jan Koum left the company.
Zuckerberg did not give an exact explanation of the two staff changes in a blog entry but presented it as a decision by the two managers Cox told him some time ago that he wanted to do something else. However, Facebook has already presented other personnel changes in the past as friendly and subsequently reported by disagreements.
However, the biggest disturbance in Facebook's history continues to puzzle. On Thursday afternoon around the world, hundreds of thousands of users complained that they could not access the Facebook platforms. Also affected were the photo service Instagram, Facebook Messenger and some features of the Whatsapp chat program. At the same time, the founder of the Telegram chat program was due to the fact that his network had received more than 3 million new members at the failure.
Additional Legal Disputes
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Facebook is facing further legal disputes. As the New York Times reports, the New York Prosecutor's Office has launched a criminal investigation into data participation between social networks and technology companies. At least two smartphone manufacturers who have had such partnerships with Facebook have received orders to provide information, according to the report.
The agreement became known in December and claimed that they provided Facebook branches with extensive access to personal information from members of the network. Facebook reportedly collaborated with more than 150 companies, including Microsoft, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, Spotify and Sony. For example, Microsoft's search engine Bing has been said to have the ability to see the names of almost all friends of Facebook members without their consent.