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Iranian court wants Mark Zuckerberg to answer for alleged privacy breaches

27
May
2014

An Iranian court has opened a case against Instagram and WhatsApp over alleged privacy breaches, and its summoning Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for questioning, reports Reuters. The cases were reportedly brought after the court received complaints from citizens about both apps, though its unclear what the specific problem is. As his company owns both Instagram and WhatsApp, Zuckerberg is being summoned to defend the claims and potentially pay for damages — though its quite unlikely that hell show. According to the courts ruling, the Zionist director of the company of Facebook, or his official attorney must appear in court to defend himself and pay for possible losses, an Iranian internet official reportedly said.

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