Zuckerberg’s frend and Facebook co-founder calls on U.S. Gov to break up Facebook

Philip Hughes, whom worked with Indicate Zuckerberg to develop Facebook when ever both were students for Harvard, called on the government to regulate Facebook in an op-ed in the New York Times today.

Saying he feels a sense of “anger and responsibility” over flowing scandals on the public mass media giant, Hughes writes the fact that platform is continuing to grow too large for one man to manage and lamented how Fb and Zuckerberg’s “ focus on growth led pre lit him to sacrifice secureness and civility for clicks. ”

The federal government must hold Mark accountable … Any day now, the Government Trade Percentage is expected to impose a $5 million fine upon the company, nevertheless that is not enough… We are a nation using a tradition of reining in monopolies, no matter how well intentioned the leaders of these companies may be. Tag’s power is unprecedented and un-American.

It is time to split up Facebook.

In the op-ed, Hughes illustrates the surprising control one person, Zuckerberg, provides over world

Mark’s effect is spectacular, far over and above that of anyone else in the exclusive sector or in federal government. He settings three key communications platforms - Facebook . com, Instagram and WhatsApp - that billions of people use every day. Facebook’s panel gets results more like an advisory committee than a great overseer, mainly because Mark handles around 62 percent of voting shares.

 Hughes goes on to discuss America’s long history of anti-trust regulation and just how Facebook has violated it, by bullying and stifling competition because of its monopoly.

On Online social networks, Hughes produces, the decision the us government needs to help to make is straightforward: “ break up Facebook’s monopoly and regulate the business to make that more dependable to the American people. ”

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