In the photo shared by Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg from his Instagram account, the fact that girls hide their faces with emojis brought up conspiracy theories. Some social media users argued that this was extremely dangerous, claiming that shared photos of children were scored on the Dark Web.
DISCUSSION CREATING SHARE FROM ZUCKERBERG
Facebook founder, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg shared a photo taken with his family on his Instagram account on July 4th. Zuckerberg tweeted, “Happy 4th of July! We have a lot to be grateful for this year. As the big girls get older, I love talking to them about why America is so great. I look forward to talking to little Aurelia soon, too.” downgraded. It did not go unnoticed that Mark Zuckerberg hides the faces of three girls named Aurelia, Maxima and August in the photo with emojis.
“CHILDREN’S PHOTOS SHOULD NOT BE SHARED”
Zuckerberg’s sharing also ignited a new discussion. While various conspiracy theories came to the fore, some social media users claimed that the photos of children shared on platforms such as Instagram and Facebook were scored and commented on the Dark Web. Social media users, who said that this situation is extremely dangerous, stated that children’s photos should not be shared.
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