It seems like Facebook has been the target of many, for different reasons. For example, recently, an English actor and comedian, Mr Sacha Baron Cohen, used his account at Twitter to criticize him Mark Zuckerberg.
A little later however, and Elon Musk supported Baron Cohen's tweet, "opening fire" against Zuckerberg.
The actor expressed his grievances on Facebook, saying: “We do not let one person control the water for 2,5 billion people. We are not letting one person control electricity for 1 billion people. Why do we let one person control the information that is viewed by 2,5 billion people? Facebook needs to be regulated by governments, not to be ruled by an emperor! ”
We don't let 1 person control the water for 2.5 billion people.
We don't let 1 person control electricity for 2.5 billion people.
Why do we let 1 man control the information seen by 2.5 billion people?
Facebook needs to be regulated by authorities, not ruled by an emperor! pic.twitter.com/o4hNRFNpgt
- Sacha Baron Cohen (@SachaBaronCohen) February 5, 2020
But as if Baron Cohen's comment against Zuckerberg wasn't enough, Elon Musk came in to make things even worse, after responding to the tweet that we should delete Facebook because it is "inaccurate".
Naturally, these simple comments from two such famous people as Elon Musk and Sacha Baron Cohen were enough to spark an entire debate on the subject.
This is not the first time that Sacha Baron Cohen and Elon Musk have voiced concerns about Facebook, of course. Last November, Baron Cohen said in a speech that Facebook is the "greatest propaganda machine in history".
On the other hand, Elon Musk deleted all the pages of his Facebook companies back in 2018, saying that "I just don't like Facebook. It scares me. Sorry."