Former Facebook employee Frances Hogan has called on the company’s founder, Mark Zuckerberg, to step down from the leadership of the social media giant and allow for change, rather than allocating resources to changing the company’s name.
“I think it is unlikely that there will be a change in the company as long as Mark Zuckerberg is CEO,” Hogan said in her first public comments on Monday in Barcelona.
Frances Hogan, a former content manager at Facebook, responded in the affirmative to the question of whether Mark should resign.
The former employee who leaked information about the company added: “It might be an opportunity for someone else to take over… Facebook would be stronger with someone focused on security.”
And she continued, “Facebook always chooses to expand rather than perfect the business.”