Musk deletes Facebook pages of Tesla, SpaceX after being challenged on Twitter

Musk deletes Facebook pages of Tesla, SpaceX after being challenged on Twitter

Musk deletes Facebook pages of Tesla, SpaceX after being challenged on Twitter

Afterwards, a follower told Musk he should delete SpaceX's Facebook page if Musk was "the man".

It appears as though the Tesla-owned Solar City page has also been removed.

Elon Musk has chose to delete Facebook accounts of Tesla and SpaceX amid the ongoing '#deletefacebook' movement.

It's going to take a lot more than deleting Facebook pages to comprehensively address the issue at hand here.

The billionaire entrepreneur made the move in response to a comment on Twitter calling on him to support the delete Facebook movement.

Facebook has been under fire since it was reported that Cambridge Analytica harvested data from 50 million Facebook users.

Facebook is facing lawsuits and calls for CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify before Congress over data-miner Cambridge Analytica's use of Facebook users' personal information without permission, which has been linked to the campaign of President Donald Trump. It was also gathered that Facebook users were used to influence the 2016 "Brexit" referendum.

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Even Brian Acton, a co-founder of WhatsApp - purchased by Facebook for $16 billion in 2014 - advised his followers to delete their accounts.

Of course, Facebook's footprint doesn't stop at just the SpaceX page, and it seems Musk has been busy there, too. "I didn't realize there was one", he tweeted.

First time I've seen either.

Overall, the Facebook fiasco is unlikely to go away soon. The page had around 2.6 million Facebook "likes" before its removal. All that was left was a "Sorry, this content isn't available right now", page. The irony is that Musk found out these pages existed about a few minutes before taking them offline.

Musk's apparent dislike for Facebook did not spill over to Facebook's 2012 acquisition Instagram, though the photo-sharing app is now owned by Facebook. Facebook offers one of the cheapest marketing tools out there that yield high-engagement.

The company was apparently given personal information of millions of Facebook users, despite only a small number agreeing to have their information shared.

This is likely light reading for Musk, who is perhaps researching the.25 bitcoin gifted to him by a friend - which is a very small percentage of his net worth (at least in the tumultuous markets of winter 2018).

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