Following the Cambridge Analytica revelations, Facebook announced it is reorganizing its structure, The New York Times reports. The social media company announced in an internal memo it is forming three new groups: one focusing on the platform itself, as well as Instagram and WhatsApp; a second one taking on emerging technologies, such as virtual reality, artificial intelligence and blockchain; and a third group handling ads, personnel and security. Chris Daniels will head up WhatsApp after its co-founder, Jan Koum, announced he will be leaving the company following disagreements with Facebook. Meanwhile, a former Facebook executive, Chamath Palihapitiya, said consumers are to blame for the tech company’s privacy problems.
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