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After a few years of working together, the founders of WhatsApp are no longer easy to talk to on Facebook. Brian Acton got noticed some time ago by recommending people delete their Facebook accounts. This attitude has not changed to this day, confirms Brian Acton with his latest statements. Users give companies the power […]

After a few years of working together, the founders of WhatsApp are no longer easy to talk to on Facebook. Brian Acton got noticed some time ago by recommending people to delete their Facebook accounts. This attitude has not changed to this day, confirms Brian Acton with his latest statements. We users give companies the power and we can take it back, read between the lines.

“To be honest, the targeted networks, the open networks, have a hard time deciding what is hate speech and what is not. Apple is struggling to decide what is a good app and which is a bad one. Google is struggling with what is a good website and what is a bad website. These companies cannot make these decisions. “

“And we empower them. That’s the bad part. We buy your products. We register on these websites. Delete Facebook, right? (Via Buzzfeed)

A sale was necessary at that time

Both the founders of WhatsApp and other employees left Facebook because for the Zuckerberg empire, profits take precedence over privacy. A deal that so far has prevented advertising and other measures on WhatsApp expires in 2019. However, they were behind the sale to Facebook at the time, after all, Acton and Koum had obligations to investors and employees.

Founder of WhatsApp: I sold the privacy of my users