Wittingly or unwittingly, Alex Stamos, the former chief security officer of Facebook, appears to have poked fun at his former employer, Mark Zuckerberg, after the Facebook chief announced that his vision for the social media site was for it to become a privacy-focused platform.
Facebook's chief security officer Alex Stamos has quit and will leave the company in August — the second time he has left a high-profile company after a short stint — over alleged Russian troll activity on the social media giant's site.
After a barrage of criticism over its inability — and apparent lack of concern — in stopping fake news flooding its platform both during and after the 2016 US presidential election, Facebook got its Christmas gift early – a soft, puff piece in the Australian Financial Review that paints it as a crusader against the spread of incorrect information.
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