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This red flag in a Facebook exec's goodbye letter shows there's bad blood over Mark Zuckerberg's radical privacy plan

Business Insider Friday, 15 March 2019 ()
This red flag in a Facebook exec's goodbye letter shows there's bad blood over Mark Zuckerberg's radical privacy plan· *Facebook announced on Thursday that chief product officer Chris Cox and Chris Daniels, the head of WhatsApp, are leaving the company.*
· *There was telling line in Cox's goodbye letter that suggests there were significant disagreements over Mark Zuckerberg's plan to pivot Facebook to privacy.*
· *This was backed up by a...
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News video: Zuck's right hand man quits Facebook

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Facebook's Chief Product Officer Chris Cox said on Thursday he is leaving the company, just days after CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed a plan to pivot the world’s biggest social network to an encryption-focused messaging company. Jane Lanhee Lee reports.

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