Mark Zuckerberg's Kejriwal Style: First mistake, then forgiveness

In such a way, the apology of Mark Zuckerberg's apology is being compared to the Kejriwal style. I know how often Mark Zuckerberg sought apology. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who was facing criticism in the data leak case, once again apologized. Zuckerberg apologized for the advertisement of the entire page in all UK newspapers.

These days, two people are seen everywhere as sorry. One Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and another Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appeared before the US Congress in the data leak case and apologized to him on Tuesday. Kejriwal is constantly apologizing to many opposition leaders for defamation cases.

In such a way, the apology of Mark Zuckerberg's apology is being compared to the Kejriwal style. Let's know how often Mark Zuckerberg sought apology.

Confession mistake

About five million Facebook users have been accused of stealing personal information on 'Cambridge Analyst', a firm helping Donald Trump in the US presidential election. Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook is also targeting the Parliament and the Law of many countries in this matter since the leak of data leak. In such a case, after coming out of this matter, Mark first gave a clarification through post on Facebook. In his post on March 21, he wrote that the company has taken so many steps in this matter so far and can take stern steps further. Zuckerberg had admitted his mistake in the case of Cambridge Anilica

After that some more posts came from Mark Zuckerberg, in which the promise was made to secure the data more secure from Facebook accepting the mistake.

Zarreburg escaped from apology by saying sorry

Zuckerberg gave an interview to CNN, in which he has many such words that it seems that solving such cases is not easy. Despite seeing this interview, it looks like despite being sorry, Zuckerberg has failed to apologize. During the interview he believed that there was a mistake by Facebook and it should have been corrected long enough. Mark Zuckerberg even said that we have the responsibility to protect user data and if we can not do this then we are not worth your (users).

Mark Zuckerberg said sorry and also said that the company has made big mistake by giving app data to more than its old website to app developers. He believes that it was also a mistake to trust a company like Cambridge Analycia to shut his eyes.

Apology sought by advertising in UK newspapers

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who was facing criticism in the data leak case, once again apologized. Zuckerberg apologized for the advertisement of the entire page in all UK newspapers. In advertising, Zuckerberg has written that it is our responsibility to keep your information in mind, if we do not play that responsibility, then we are not worth your service. From Zuckerberg these advertisements have been given in the Sunday edition of all UK newspapers. Zuckerberg's apology is printed in many American newspapers in addition to the UK.

Mark Zuckerberg wrote in the advertisement that an application was developed by a university researcher, through which many data from Facebook users were stolen. It was cheated with the faith of the people, at this time I can not do anything other than apologizing to all of you. But we are constantly taking action and it is our endeavor to never do that before.

An apology was issued before appearing in the Senate

Mark Zuckerberg had met the senators before being present in the US Congress. Also released an apology in the data leak case. This apology has been issued by the US House Energy and Commerce Committee. In a written statement for Congress on Monday, Facebook CEO apologized that this social media network did nothing more to prevent data misuse.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in an apology that he started Facebook, he is running it and he is responsible for whatever happens there. Also, Mark said that Facebook would invest more to secure data and that would make Facebook more likely to grow, so he is confident. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg mentioned in his apology that advertisers and developers would never be above the mission to connect with people of Facebook.

The mistake of accepting in Congress, apology sought

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appeared in front of the US Congress last night and he answered a lot of questions. During this time, US Senators asked many sharp questions from him. During the interrogation, Mark Zuckerberg publicly apologized. Jacarbarg has already apologized to users and the public many times, but this is the first time in his career when he has appeared before the Congress. At the hearing, Zuckerberg tried to restore the confidence of the people in his company.

He said, "We did not take a bigger view on our responsibilities and this was a big mistake." Zuckerberg said that it was my mistake and I regret it, I started Facebook, I ran it and whatever happened here I am responsible for that. Apart from this, the company also started alerting users that Cambridge Analyct has collected their data. During this period, 44 senators asked him repeatedly questions. 5 minutes were given to answer all the questions. The hearing lasted nearly 5 hours.

May apologize in the future

Many cases of defamation are going to end after Kejriwal apologized to many people including Majithia, Arun Jaitley, Gadkari. Although Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg can not be said about this.

A spokesman for European Union in Brussels has also received new information that the 2.7 million users of the European Union have been affected by this data scandal. Facebook has discovered this. Also, in the UK Parliament, it is being said to invite Mark Zuckerberg to answer questions. India's IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad also said that if there is evidence against Facebook in the data leak case, then Mark Zuckerberg could be summoned. In such a situation, India, Britain and other European countries can summon Mark Zuckerberg and they may be apologizing.

In other cases, there is a demand for forgiveness

In early October 2017, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg publicly apologized for the negative effects of this social media platform. He said, it was used to unite people instead of splitting them, for which they should be forgiven.

He wrote on his social media account, I apologize to all those who have hurt me this year and will try to make it better. The way my work was used to divide people, I apologize for that, I will try to do better.

Apologize for the launch of Newsfeed

When Facebook launched the newsfeed feature, many people interfered in their privacy. Mark Zuckerberg apologized by writing a post on this and said that it was a big mistake on his side, people should have given this information in advance.

He also spoke on the biking launch

Facebook created Beacons to track activity on the entire web of the users. In this feature, everyone was added without their permission. Mark Zuckerberg also apologized for this. Facebook called Beacons by Bye in 2009.

On the charge of the Federal Trade Commission on privacy issues

In 2011, Facebook was accused of keeping users in a betrayal of privacy. The Facebook CEO did not apologize directly but accepting his mistake definitely had a Facebook post.

An apology from NGO on Rohingya matter

Myanmar's Rohingya case was getting filled with false and violent viral photos. In such a situation, Facebook took credit by stating their system best, though Mark Zuckerberg apologized to that NGO. It was afterwards that it was revealed that after the NGO informed about the matter, the Facebook came into action.

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