Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was on the cover of Time magazine due to numerous scandals. Above his photo is a notice that reads, "Remove Facebook? In an article accompanying the cover, with a column by American businessman and investor Roger McNamee, it is argued that Facebook "will not fix itself". The author suggests three measures as a solution - to create a special regulatory body, prohibit the use of users' confidential information and update the antitrust laws of the United States.
The head of Facebook has previously appeared on the cover of the magazine. In 2010, 26-year-old Mark Zuckerberg, who became the youngest billionaire on the planet, was named "Man of the Year" by Time magazine for "uniting over half a billion people around the world in a social network and creating a new system for sharing information that ultimately changed lives.
Throughout September, The Wall Street Journal published revelations about Facebook's secrets, and on October 4 a whistleblower revealed her identity. It was Frances Haugen, who worked as the lead manager of Citizen Disinformation and began fighting Zuckerberg's company after she was fired. That same night, all of the company's services stopped working and Mark Zuckerberg lost billions.