Some of that reflects fear that changes in Facebook's business will hurt profits or that advertisers and users will sour on the social network. At present, Acton is running his own venture, named Signal. Like any gloomy interviewee, he wrote a Tweet saying, "Facebook turned me down".
The California-based social media giant is facing an onslaught of criticism at home and overseas over revelations that a firm working for Donald Trump's presidential campaign harvested and misused data on 50 million members.
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Facebook has been under the scanner following the data leakage of its 50 million users for alleged political purposes.
U.K.'s Channel 4 News secretly captured footage of Cambridge Analytica's top executives bragging about using targeted data to help Trump become president. "Aleksandr Kogan requested and gained access to information from users who chose to sign up for his app, and everyone involved gave their consent".
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Zuckerberg's silence has been notable in the aftermath of the news, which brought new attention to how Facebook had previously allowed connected apps to take data from users that opted in, as well as data from the friends of those users.
After a major data scandal, more and more Facebook users decide to leave the social media platform. The full details of the situation are still coming to light, but in the meantime, Facebook suspended Cambridge Analytica while it investigates a tip that the firm did not delete the information it obtained, as the company promised it would do.
On Tuesday, Damian Collins, who chairs the UK's Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee, penned a letter to Zuckerberg asking for answers.
Authorities in the U.S. and the United Kingdom are seeking explanations from bosses at both Facebook and Cambridge Analytica about how the data was gathered, where it went and how it was used.