That is what this report alleges:
Even if Facebook's stellar Q1 earnings report hadn't helped erase some of the losses that Facebook shares incurred in the aftermath of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook executives Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sanderberg would still believe that the company's troubles are largely behind them and that the company had essentially repaired the damage done to its reputation.
That was the assessment delivered by early Facebook investor and one-time Zuckerberg mentor Roger McNamee, who warned during an appearance at an event organized by Quartz in Washington DC last week that the company's leaders are deeply complacent and still haven't accepted the fact that Facebook has badly mislead its users about how the company profits off their data.
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That's also my assessment. Congress didn't do a damn thing to rein in Facebook, and they never will.
No matter how intelligent you think you are, if you continue to let Facebook and Google use your data ... you really are a "dumb f-ck".
And Zuckerberg knows it.