Facebook Data Scandal: Mark Zuckerberg Admitted His Mistake Over Data Breach.
Recently, the data leak case of Facebook users catched the news headlines and finally, Mark Zuckerberg accepted his mistake. Breaking his silence, Zuckerberg said that the responsibility of protecting the data of Facebook users was our responsibility, but our data was leaked. It is like taking a break in faith in a way. He said that those who share their information on social media, we believe that we will keep their information safe. Facebook Data Scandal created a buzz on social media.
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Zuckerberg said that it is our responsibility to protect the data, in such a situation if we can not do it, then we do not have the right to work for you. They have acknowledged that their data is leaked. He is also trying to find out how it actually happened. Zuckerberg said that he will try that it will not happen again, we will take necessary steps for this. Zuckerberg has said this in a post on Facebook. Let me tell you that after coming to this dispute, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has made it clear that if required, he would summon Zuckerberg.
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“I want to share an update on the Cambridge Analytica situation — including the steps we have already taken and our next steps to address this important issue.
I’ve been working to understand exactly what happened and how to make sure this doesn’t happen again,” the CEO wrote on Facebook.
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“The good news is that the most important actions to prevent this from happening again today we have already taken years ago. But we also made mistakes, there’s more to do, and we need to step up and do it,” he further added.
No doubt, Facebook privacy settings are very strong but after this data breach, it really stunned all the users and various questions were raised on the data leaking.
“We will ban any developer from our platform that does not agree to a thorough audit. And if we find developers that misused personally identifiable information, we will ban them and tell everyone affected by those apps,” he said.
“Third, we want to make sure you understand which apps you’ve allowed accessing your data. In the next month, we will show everyone a tool at the top of your News Feed with the apps you have used and an easy way to revoke those apps’ permissions to your data,” he said.