“the Delaware Chancery Court, provided “a credible basis to infer the Board and Facebook senior executives failed to oversee Facebook’s compliance with the Consent Decree and its broader efforts to protect the private data of its users.”
“Zuckerberg’s “staggering” influence and control goes “far beyond that of anyone else in the private sector or in government.” He dismissed the company’s board of directors as an “advisory committee.”
16 Dec 20 – A new report by a national public interest law firm alleges that some $500 million donated by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was used to violate election laws by providing funds to Democrat-dominated municipalities and their elections efforts for the benefit of Joe Biden. The allegation: that this was in violation of the Help America Vote Act.
4 April 21 -The leak includes personal information on 533 million Facebook users, such as phone numbers, Facebook IDs, full names, locations, birth dates, bios and in some cases email addresses, Business Insider
May 31, 2019
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg survived a shareholder vote at the company’s annual general meeting this week, with some activist investors arguing that too much power remains in his hands to effectively manage a company that has generated negative governance and management headlines for more than a year. It was a nice safe vote for Zuckerberg, though, given he is both CEO and Chairman and controls about 60% of the voting power—unless he voted against himself, there was no way to lose.