The former Deputy British Prime Minister David Cameron Nick Clegg will lead the PR service of the company.
Former Deputy Prime Minister of great Britain David Cameron, who held the post in 2010-2015, and former leader of the Liberal Democrats Nick Clegg became part of the management of the company Facebook, the Financial Times reports.
Deprived of the Deputy mandate in 2017, a former politician, will head the PR-service of the company. At the head of the information support and global issues Clegg will be replaced by Elliot Shrage, who resigned after the scandal with the leak of user data.
The founder of Facebook, mark Zuckerberg decided to hire Clegg for the sake of strengthening ties with Brussels, as the EU increasingly there are calls to strengthen the state control over the social network.
Earlier, Facebook announced that hackers have found a vulnerability in the code of the social network and gained access to 50 million accounts. It was about the ability to access accounts via the function to Look like. Facebook now faces more than $ 1.6 billion fine for hacking accounts.
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