As the author of the question, I am interested in seeing if anyone has any better proposals than mine. Would be very happy to be proved wrong.
Today my proposal would center on punitive financial measures where the income gained from the abuse should compensate those users whose data was "scraped" , or be used for a good "noble" cause. This was I believe the original intention of the architects of FB, making the world a little better.
It should not be too difficult to estimate what this income was. Even for the senators taking part in the Congressional Hearings with their "fuddled" questions.
Anyone have a better suggestion? Don’t be shy please, this opportunity may never recur.
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One of the founders of WhatsApp, Jan Koum left the company as reported last month. The news comes as Facebook faces criticism in the leaked status harga 2019 data scandal of Analytica Cambridge. Reported by Indianexpress, Friday (08/06/2018), earlier in March, one of the other founders WhatsApp, Brian Acton reveals via tweet that mentions the time has come to remove Facebook.
Acton resigned from the company in September 2017 and his tweet attracted much attention. Now, a new report in the Wall Street Journal has revealed why Koum and Acton left Facebook. According to a Wall Street Journal report, things did not end well between WhatsApp founders, Acton and Koum and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg. There is increasing pressure on both for new business models to get messaging app earnings that are rejected by WhatsApp founder.
In fact, the two founders have handed in shares worth $ 1.3 billion, after they withdrew from the company. The report says that Koum and Acton have "strife in recent years" with Zuckerberg and Sandberg, and "the environment is very passive-aggressive," according to unnamed sources.
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