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Elon Musk joins trend, deletes SpaceX, Tesla Facebook pages

Elon Musk speaks onstage at Elon Musk Answers Your Questions! during SXSW at ACL Live Elon Musk speaks onstage at Elon Musk Answers Your Questions! during SXSW at ACL Live
Sandy Nunez | 26 March, 2018, 01:28

Even though the Facebook Pages have been taken down, SpaceX, Tesla, and Musk himself maintain a presence on Instagram which is owned by Facebook.

BC Capital Markets analyst Mitch Steves says "In the future, someone like yourself no longer has to give their photos to Facebook", Steves said Wednesday on CNBC's "Fast Money", on how blockchain would work with social media.

Both pages had roughly 2.6 billion "likes" but had been deleted as of this afternoon.

After taking down SpaceX, Tesla and his own official pages from Facebook, the billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk has now justified his action. So, he soon deleted the SpaceX page from Facebook and Tesla pages.

The Tesla CEO has slammed Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg earlier on their views on the dangers of artificial intelligence, describing it as a potentially existential threat to the human race.

The father of technology billionaire Elon Musk reportedly had a baby with his own stepdaughter!

Also, VP John Douglas Field sold 1,000 shares of Tesla stock in a transaction on Friday, March 16th.

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Musk later said he's never used Facebook, and never will.

Instagram, which was purchased by Facebook for $1 billion in 2012, has drawn criticisms from some users who claim the deal has affected the platform's user experience, including its decision to remove the chronological feed and insert more advertisements on the feed. Also, Director Kimbal Musk sold 4,065 shares of the business's stock in a transaction dated Tuesday, January 2nd.

Zuckerberg said he was "deeply disappointed" after a Falcon 9 rocket experienced a catastrophic explosion on the Cape Canaveral launchpad, which blasted the Facebook boss' satellite into smithereens. "Sorry", Musk wrote on Twitter.

He said: 'Yeah, my fault for being an idiot.

Musk started the exchange by responding to a tweet from WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton about the #deletefacebook tag, which gained prominence after the world's largest social network (Facebook) angered users by mishandling their data, which ended up in the hands of Cambridge Analytica - a political consultant who worked on Donald Trump's election campaign in 2016.

In response, Musk tweeted: "Your understanding of the subject is limited". The Firefox developer is demanding that Facebook do better to protect users' privacy from third-party apps.