Zuckerberg can’t pay away his problems
Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica fine won’t halt a wave of heightened scrutiny
It’s hard to feel sympathy for Mark Zuckerberg. Don’t worry, I’m not going to try to convince you to even feign it.
Facebook again admitted no liability in the latest case. It has signed a cheque, one that equates to less than what Zuckerberg makes in an hour, to get rid of a problem. The social network is slowly finding out that it doesn’t work quite like that, however....
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