10 May


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Facebook co-founder says it’s ‘time to break up’ the social media giant in scathing op-ed

Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes has called for the break-up of the social media behemoth and lamented the “staggering” and “unchecked” power of CEO Mark Zuckerberg in a lengthy and searing oped.

Hughes co-founded Facebook with Zuckerberg in a Harvard dorm room in 2004 and watched “in awe” as the company grew over the last 15 years — but said he now feels a “sense of anger and responsibility” about how all-powerful and out-of-control the social media giant has become.

Lashing out at the company, Hughes wrote in a piece published by the New York Times that Zuckerberg’s power and influence goes “far beyond that of anyone else in the private sector or in government.”


In response to a recent op-ed by a Facebook co-founder calling for the company’s breakup, the social media giant has come out with a counter-offer: why doesn’t the government regulate the internet?

“Facebook accepts that with success comes accountability,” Nick Clegg, the company’s head of global affairs, said in a statement to media, adding that “you don’t enforce accountability by calling for the break up of a successful American company.”

Clegg then suggested the “introduction of new rules for the internet,” adding that it’s “exactly” what CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been asking for.

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Can’t wait for the fireworks to begin. Great work for WE the people @RepMattGaetz. Please keep working to put an end to Google/YouTube/Facebook/Twitter censorship as well. Texas has the right idea…
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