First YouTube, now Facebook

Writing Wednesday morning on future proves past, I cited the YouTube outage Tuesday night to an April drop citing troubles with social media sites.

Well the next shoe just dropped as four large institutional investors in Facebook have put together an initiative to oust founder Mark Zuckerberg from his chairman role.

The investor group composed of two independent board members and New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer cite continuing security concerns unfolding. Violations of user data has brought Zuckerberg and the social media firm’s lawyers in front of Congress twice this year.

Let’s see if any other news from Silicon Valley’s tech titans comes out this week as further proof that future proves past.

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