There’s a chiling rumor going around the grapevine that could spell disaster if it’s confirmed to be true.
It isn’t hard to imagine the Chinese censors peering at the photos of users all over the world, compromising the privacy of the data that we post on the site.
Well, here’s the part where we have to be thankful that Zuckerberg’s practically swimming in cash. Facebook, once it goes public, will be worth more – much more – than just a couple of billions. As such, an investment worth a billion dollars isn’t likely to matter. It’s going to be a paltry sum compared to the hundreds of billions that Facebook is likely to be worth.
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So, can we all breathe a little easier now? Not quite. Not yet, anyway.
It’s a good thing that the democracy-loving people have an ally in CEO Sheryl Sandberg, who is acting as the voice of reason and warning Zuckerberg to tread with caution. Hopefully, he will listen. If not, then hey, Google+ migration anyone?
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