It took a few days, but Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg finally got around to telling users that he was sorry that a data-analysis firm accessed the information of 50 million users without their permission.
It took a few days, but Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg finally got around to telling users that he was sorry that a data-analysis firm accessed the information of 50 million users without their permission. Manu Fernandez AP
It took a few days, but Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg finally got around to telling users that he was sorry that a data-analysis firm accessed the information of 50 million users without their permission. Manu Fernandez AP

‘I’m authentically sorry for the Facebook unpleasantness. Well, kinda, sorta sorry’

March 23, 2018 07:07 PM

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Carl Hiaasen

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Carl Hiaasen joined the Herald in 1976 and worked as a general assignment reporter, magazine writer and investigative reporter before starting his column in 1985.