Recently, Facebook data leaked
and caused a massive controversy – putting the CEO in the middle of a
thunderstorm yet again. This is the same platform that literally dumped the
personal information of 533 million users on the internet for the world to use
The latest controversy has brought
the CEO Mark Zuckerberg under hot water. Even the founder of the company wasn’t
spared, as his communication with peers using Signal got leaked.
According To the latest
reports, the data that got leaked includes Zuckerberg’s phone number, his
Facebook user ID, and his personal information like location, birth date, and
marriage details. But the strange thing to see here is the fact that the owner
of Facebook himself is using Signal, which is its rival company and also an
end-to-end encrypted app.
One user of Twitter pointed out
the irony with this tweet:
“Mark Zuckerberg also respects
his own privacy, by using a chat app that has end-to-end encryption and isn’t
owned by @Facebook. This is the number associated with his account from the
recent Facebook leak. Mark uses Signal.” And he also posted the screenshot with
In fact, the official Twitter
handle of Signal took no time to troll the CEO Baddie when the new became
Do you remember the time when
the personal data of 533 million Facebook users got leaked? In included 61
hundred thousand Indians. At the time, Facebook claimed that it was the old
data and that the platform doesn’t have vulnerable users who are prone to
Another spokesperson has said
that the data was old, and the fault came to attention back in 2019. Facebook
found the problems and fixed them by August 2019.
“All 533,000,000 Facebook
records were just leaked for free. This means that if you have a Facebook
account, it is extremely likely the phone number used for the account was
leaked.” – Alon Gal who is the CTO of security firm Hudson Rock wrote.
Signal, the rival app of
Facebook, was introduced in 2014 and has users that were the same found on
WhatsApp. It is basically your back up messaging app that can challenge the Facebook-owned
Do you know that Signal was at
This, of course, didn’t go well with its users, yet the terms of service were
put into effect on May 2021. Signal has been gaining a lot of popularity in the
last few months, especially after Elon Musk tweeted about it.
Mark Zuckerberg is no stranger
to memes and jokes on social media; he’s literally the epicenter of all the
drama that goes on! Some poke fun at him when he’s behaving like a robot in
legal hearings. Some point out his uncomfortable body language and call him a
robot as he struggles to express his emotions like “normal” human beings. Some
even compared the situation with My Space – and it’s honestly hilarious.
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reactions who’re trolling Mark Zuckerberg!
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— noodle (@beefmaruchan) April 8, 2021
mark zuckerberg seeing his own data in the facebook leak pic.twitter.com/ghiE6W9aJv
— The Daily Hera Pheri Meme Project (@dailyherapheri) April 7, 2021
Better question: Why was Mark Zuckerberg allowed to spend $400 million. Who is watching the store?
— Chocolatechipcookie (@Chocola90463512) April 8, 2021
— ♡𝔢𝔩𝔢𝔫𝔞 𝔞𝔩𝔦𝔠𝔦𝔞 𝔪𝔞𝔯𝔦𝔢♡ (@elenaliciamarie) April 8, 2021
— 𝙇𝙪𝙠𝙚 ⚡️ (@lcdc2k) April 8, 2021
Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg have done more harm to the world than anyone alive you can name. Prove me wrong.
— Jason Kint (@jason_kint) April 9, 2021
Mark Zuckerberg just issued this statement on the Facebook and Instagram outage: pic.twitter.com/HOJZu5Ksff
— Ryan Mac🙃 (@RMac18) April 8, 2021
NBC News is reporting that the cop-killer who murdered Officer William F. Evans at the Capitol checkpoint today was Noah Green, whose Facebook page was pro the Anti-Semitic Nation of Islam.
You could read it yourself. But Mark Zuckerberg has already deleted the page.
— Sebastian Gorka DrG (@SebGorka) April 2, 2021
Mark Zuckerberg when Instagram, Facebook and Messenger go down at the same time: pic.twitter.com/j29M5AGs0X
— Rushil Mullick (@BigManMullick) April 8, 2021