CNET: Mark Zuckerberg should resign as CEO, says ex-Facebook security chief

CNET: Mark Zuckerberg should resign as CEO, says ex-Facebook security chief. “Facebook’s former security chief says Mark Zuckerberg has amassed too much power and should resign as chief executive officer of the social networking giant. ‘There’s a legit argument that he has too much power,’ Alex Stamos said at the Collision Conference in Toronto on Tuesday. ‘He needs to give up some of that power. If I was him, I would go hire a new CEO for the company.'”

CNET: Senator tells Mark Zuckerberg he’s skeptical of Facebook’s privacy push

CNET: Senator tells Mark Zuckerberg he’s skeptical of Facebook’s privacy push. “Facebook has made grand promises for privacy, but it hasn’t convinced everyone. That includes Sen. Josh Hawley, a Republican from Missouri, who sent a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Monday with questions about how the social network plans to roll out its privacy-focused future.”

Techdirt: Facebook’s ‘Please Regulate Us’ Tour Heads To France

Techdirt: Facebook’s ‘Please Regulate Us’ Tour Heads To France. “n Friday, Mark Zuckerberg went to France, just in time for the French government to release a vague and broad proposal to regulate social media networks. Similar to Zuckerberg’s pleas to Congress to ramp up its regulation of the company (and because he knows that any pushback on regulations will likely be slammed by the world of Facebook-haters), Zuckerberg tried to embrace the plans.”

CBS News: Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Sheryl Sandberg face subpoena from Canadian Parliament

CBS News: Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Sheryl Sandberg face subpoena from Canadian Parliament. “A committee in Canada’s Parliament voted unanimously Tuesday evening to take the rare step of issuing a subpoena demanding appearances from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg.”

CNN: Why Mark Zuckerberg needed to impress Emmanuel Macron

CNN: Why Mark Zuckerberg needed to impress Emmanuel Macron. “One day after a Facebook co-founder called for the company to be broken up, Mark Zuckerberg met with a man with the power to influence whether that actually happens. The Facebook chief executive’s meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday was billed as a chance to find common ground on the regulation of harmful online content.”

CNET: Zuckerberg worked hard to keep $59M Tahoe deal private, report says

CNET: Zuckerberg worked hard to keep $59M Tahoe deal private, report says. “Mark Zuckerberg takes his privacy very seriously. The Facebook CEO quietly purchased real estate worth $59 million in Lake Tahoe, California, according to a Thursday report by The Wall Street Journal. He reportedly used a limited-liability company named Golden Range, a wealth manager and nondisclosure agreements to purchase two adjacent homes on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe. The agreements required real-estate agents to keep Zuckerberg’s identity secret and called for online listing pictures of the houses to be taken down, according to the report.”