Ground Report | New Delhi: Mark Zuckerberg suffered $6 billion; Mark Zuckerberg’s personal wealth has suffered a loss of $ 6 billion in a few hours and he has been included in the list of the world’s rich.
Mark Zuckerberg suffered $6 billion
According to a Bloomberg report, there are two reasons behind this financial loss. Whistleblowers targeted Facebook and late Monday night all its platforms were not working for nearly six hours. This has caused them this loss. This is believed to be the longest outage in Facebook’s service so far.
The social media giant’s stock was down 4.9% on Monday. And with this, he moved to fifth place in the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, just below the Bill gates. On Monday, Zuckerberg apologized to millions of his users for disrupting Facebook’s service for hours.
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Facebook and its owned WhatsApp and Instagram were down for nearly 6 hours since late Monday night. All apps are working now. Zuckerberg’s net worth has lost nearly $19 billion since September 13, making the Facebook CEO’s net worth $120.9 billion, placing him at number 5 below Bill Gates on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
Facebook was hit by a virus
On September 13, the Wall Street Journal began publishing a series based on an internal Facebook document that revealed Facebook was grappling with a number of problems with its product – such as Instagram’s damage to the mental health of teenage girls. And misinformation about it, the January 6 Capital Riots. These reports caught the attention of government officials and were revealed by the whistleblower himself on Monday.
In response, Facebook clarified that political polarization is a complex issue for which you can’t blame technology alone.
On October 4, Mark Zuckerberg, “Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp Messenger said Sorry for the interruption. I know how much you trust us to stay connected to our services.” Let the people you care about.” Facebook has a major technical flaw after 2008. In 2008, Facebook was hit by a virus and the site was down for 24 hours.