Facebook’s vice president, Andrew Bosworth, written in 2016, has leaked recently and has become a scandal for the entire user community. The article claims that phenomena such as terrorism or cyber-bullying suicides are acceptable side effects of the development of this social network.
Facebook staff initially expressed interest in the data leakage scandal with Cambridge Analytica, but the concern gradually shifted to a state of panic, especially when Information that could cause internal damage as reported by Bosworth has also been leaked. While many employees only ask the company to be more transparent, others have done more extreme actions, such as tearing emails, and requiring internal information leaks to be punished.
“The collapse of Silicon Valley has become widespread, and two employees have begun phoning internal bulletin boards to hunt down information leaks for the media. People are still wondering whether Facebook is transparent enough to users and reporters, according to an employee who asked not to be named for fear of retaliation. The information may be leaked in the future, and as such, they are removing comments and old messages that may become a controversial issue in the news. ”
Many employees argue that the company needs to take steps to “screen out potential leaks of information during recruitment,” the Times reported.
Ironically, Facebook, a company that constantly says its mission is to connect users, and then frantically gather user data and make money from that data, now , they themselves have to worry about their own information.
Facebook head Adam Mosseri has also been forced to refuse to publicly announce rumors from the likes of Matthew Yglesias from Vox and Ryan Mac from BuzzFeed News, that the company is hiding the rumors. negative news about themselves on their news feed.
According to BuzzFeed, the first party to post a Bosworth post, Bosworth insisted that he only wanted to start the debate, even though a senior employee of the company had said Bosworth’s post was “extremely disseminated internally. ” Mark Zuckerberg also posted a notice that he disagreed with Bosworth’s article, and that “We never believe results can justify the way it is done.”
Facebook is facing a number of lawsuits and a Federal Trade Commission investigation into a case involving Cambridge Analytica. The leadership of the company is troubling, as Zuckerberg and other senior leaders have to shirk the media. When Zuckerberg actually appeared, he did nothing to make the case even better, and many reported to the company that wanted to fire one of the supporters of transparency. In the company, security director Alex Stamos.