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Rock On celebrity Farhan Akhtar has ‘permanently deleted’ his Facebook account. The actor-producer on Tuesday took to his central Twitter hoop to surprise his supporters about it. He wrote, “Good morning. This is to surprise we all that we have henceforth deleted my personal Facebook account. However, a accurate FarhanAkhtarLive page is still active.” Farhan didn’t discuss a reason for this preference though it is being speculated that a actor did so in a arise of a Facebook information crack row.
Facebook is confronting a feverishness after Cambridge Analytica, a British consulting company, was indicted of harvesting information of adult to 50 million Facebook users but accede and regulating a information to assistance politicians, including US President Donald Trump and a Brexit campaign. It has been suggested that a information was used to emanate domestic campaigns that helped Donald Trump win a US elections, and ensured feat for a Pro-Brexit side in a UK.
Request those who conjure adult news about #Don3 but any fact checking to greatfully refrain.
It is not satisfactory to lift expectations of a films fanbase around fake news.
— Farhan Akhtar (@FarOutAkhtar) March 27, 2018
However, Farhan is not a usually actor who has deleted his personal comment on Facebook. Actor Jim Carrey too deleted his Facebook comment final month. “I’m transfer my @facebook batch and deletion my page since @facebook profited from Russian division in a elections and they’re still not doing adequate to stop it. we inspire all other investors who caring about a destiny to do a same. #unfriendfacebook,” he tweeted to surprise his fans about it.
I’m transfer my @facebook batch and deletion my page since @facebook profited from Russian division in a elections and they’re still not doing adequate to stop it. we inspire all other investors who caring about a destiny to do a same. #unfriendfacebook pic.twitter.com/KHWgZzhhmp
— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) February 6, 2018
WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton’s tweet, ‘It is time. #deletefacebook’ sparked a lot of seductiveness given that it came during a time when Facebook has been confronting serious critique over how it rubbed a new information leaks.