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    [–] Facebook loses £7.4BILLION on stock market after major leak exposed Zuck's emails plkijn 0 points ago in worldnews

    it's not false, Facebooks market capitalisation was reduced by 7.4b after the leaks came to light.

    [–] Facebook loses £7.4BILLION on stock market after major leak exposed Zuck's emails plkijn -3 points ago in worldnews

    We arn't' all so jaded as to discard information just because of who has drawn our attention to it.

    [–] Facebook loses £7.4BILLION on stock market after major leak exposed Zuck's emails plkijn 50 points ago in worldnews

    But there has been a downtrend since July. Share price peak in July $207. Share price today $140

    [–] Facebook loses £7.4BILLION on stock market after major leak exposed Zuck's emails plkijn 83 points ago in worldnews

    Relevant reddit post bringing a huge amount of attention/bad pr to this conduct: Leaked emails for Mark Zuckerberg show Facebook 'struck secret deals over user data'

    https://www.reddit.com/r/worldnews/comments/a3p0jd/leaked_emails_for_mark_zuckerberg_show_facebook/

    [–] Leaked emails for Mark Zuckerberg show Facebook 'struck secret deals over user data' plkijn 2 points ago in worldnews

    Holy shit hes a sociopath

    Even so, it is interesting the degree to which Mr Zuckerberg is involved. "We maintain a small list of strategic competitors that Mark personally reviewed," disclosed one memo.

    [–] Leaked emails for Mark Zuckerberg show Facebook 'struck secret deals over user data' plkijn 1 points ago in worldnews

    Parliament seized them from a third party and published them explicitly against facebooks wishes. It’s quite elaborate to fake

    [–] Leaked emails for Mark Zuckerberg show Facebook 'struck secret deals over user data' plkijn 1 points ago in worldnews

    I keep saying I’m not suggesting Facebook hosted anything. We are 100% in agreement on this. This is Facebook selectively banning companies from using the API. Access to the API is a service they provide, right? I actually didn’t consider they may have violated some sort partnership agreement though.

    It seems to me that they decided to block access to their API because it would mean that Vine’s competitors would be able to offer the use of Facebooks API through their own services in an attempt to shrink Vines market share. Although again, i didn’t consider they may have violated some sort of contract.