Mark Zuckerberg, who was left embarrassed over data leak allegations, found help coming his way in the form of Arvind Kejriwal. The Delhi CM has offered to use his expertise and draft apology letters for Zuckerberg.
Following global criticism over the Cambridge Analytica fiasco, many were seeking an apology from the Facebook Chief. Mark’s silence over the issue only made matters worse.
However, with clear indications that Facebook had some role to play in the leak. Zuckerberg thought it would be better to offer an apology.
Sources say that at a board meeting Mark asked his team to find the best person to write apology letter.
“The decision of the team was unanimous and the name that we all agreed upon was Arvind Kejriwal,” said the Senior VP of Facebook.
Our reporter spoke to a member of AAP to know more and he said, “Yes it’s true. Mr. Kejriwal has already sent samples of his apology letters to Mark. They are constantly in touch and final draft will soon be shared with the media.”
Apparently, Facebook is pleased with the help they have received and plan to use the draft as a template on their social networking site.