Facebook, the most popular social media platform in history, requires users to let the software spy on their most intimate habits.
But don’t you day try to do the same to the guy who runs it, because he’ll spend millions to stop you.
From the London Daily Mail:
Palo Alto REJECTS Mark Zuckerberg’s bid to demolish neighboring homes and create a family compound after he spent $30m on properties next to his house
- Facebook founder filed paperwork with the city of Palo Alto in May, stating his intentions to tear down and rebuild four neighboring homes
- Architectural review board rejected the plans saying a giant compound will violate zoning codes and ideal land use
- Plans shows that Zuckerberg will tear down the four homes and rebuild them as smaller properties
- Zuckerberg bought the four properties in 2013, after a developer threatened to build a house with views right into the billionaire’s bedroom