Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg today sought another chance for himself to lead the social media giant despite acknowledging mistakes that his company made in sharing its users information with a third-party. Embroiled in a massive data breach following the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook yesterday said data on about 87 million people ? mostly in the US ? may have been improperly shared with London-based political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica. Zuckerberg, who co-founded Facebook in 2004, once again admitted the lapses and asked for another chance to lead the company. "Give me another chance," he told reporters during a conference call when asked if he is still the best person to lead the company. "This a huge mistake. Its my mistake," Zuckerberg said, taking the blame for the massive data breach.
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