Instead, the leaders of each app will report to Zuckerberg. Facebook later blamed the blackout on a "server configuration change". "This place will forever be a part of me".
Media reports cite sources inside Facebook who said the new privacy focus was partially why Cox made a decision to leave.
Cox, a longtime employee who was responsible for overseeing Facebook's family of apps, noted in his own Facebook post that the company is "turning a new page" in its product direction, focused on an encrypted, interoperable, messaging network.
"I will always appreciate his deep empathy for the people using our services and the uplifting spirit he brings to everything he does", Zuckerberg said of Cox in his parting note.
Facebook, which has been embroiled in a series of scandals, is losing two more top executives as it focuses on building a more "privacy-focused social platform".
Cox, who dropped out of a Stanford University graduate degree program to work with Zuckerberg when the company had just 15 engineers, was widely seen as one of the most popular and capable executives at the social network - and a potential replacement CEO, were Zuckerberg to leave. In the past two years, the founders of Facebook acquisitions Instagram, WhatsApp, and Oculus have left for various reasons, often over strategy.
Chief Product Officer Chris Cox and WhatsApp Vice President Chris Daniels are departing amid Facebook's push to rebuild Facebook with stronger privacy in mind. Meanwhile, Javier Olivan will lead the effort to better integrate the Facebook apps. Zuckerberg is also promising to make photos and posts automatically disappear from public view. "I'm deeply grateful for everything Chris Cox and Chris Daniels have done here, and I'm looking forward to working with Will and Fidji in their new roles as well as everyone who will be critical to achieving this vision", Zuckerberg wrote.
Facebook didn't indicate how many of its 2.32 billion monthly active users were affected or how long its service was compromised. "Facebook Inc.is a massive and evolving company, so it's only natural that in a company that large, not everyone will agree with every strategic change", she said.
Scientists have warned for decades that current levels of greenhouse gas emissions are unsustainable, so far with little effect. Students hold signs protesting pipelines and paying tribute to victims of natural disasters.
To install Android 10 Q right now on your smartphone and test the new features, you can opt for any of the two options. You should be able to disable or reset your advertising ID without being tracked, and Android Q makes that possible.
Mountain Mike's is offering $5 off any "mountain-sized" pizza (that's a really big pizza) and $3 off any large-sized pizza. You'll need this coupon! Stores also will offer games, bounce-back deals, prizes and giveaways throughout the day.
At the summit, US President Donald Trump and Kim ended their meeting sooner than scheduled without reaching any agreement. Between Feb. 16 and March 2, the Washington-based 38 North, a North Korea project of the Henry L.
Researchers have said that immigrants are less likely to commit crimes, despite Trump repeatedly linking immigration and crime. To overturn Trump's veto, at least two-thirds of both the Senate and House of Representatives would need to vote to do so.
It is not known if this is a planned outage, a problem with their servers, or if the service is under attack. Facebook , Instagram , and WhatsApp have been down for users around the world for at least five hours .
Meanwhile, India has expressed "disappointment" over China's move to rally behind those are spreading terror activities in India. The Chinese decision has disappointed India and the U.S. , the UK, France and Germany that had backed the proposal.
Travel will be unsafe , if not impossible, at times , across areas where the blizzard warning has been issued. Travel will be unsafe if not impossible as more than 1,000 flights have been cancelled nationwide.
On the campaign trail just past year , Newsom said he would respect the voters' will with regard to the death penalty . This moratorium will be in place for the duration of Newsom's time in office, the governor's office said.
Trump blasts 'fake news' over Melania body double theory
The ABC hosts debated whether an impostor had traveled with Trump to Alabama to check on tornado damage and survivors. That prompted co-host Joy Behar , who also disapproves of Trump, to say: "We're not here to be better people".
As New York probes business deals, Trump cries ‘HARASSERS’
According to Fox News , Deutsche Bank is already under two separate congressional investigations over Trump's business dealings. The Times' source said the subpoenas were inspired by Cohen's testimony about how Trump reported his finances.
Apple says ‘it’s show time’ March 25
It also follows a New York Times report which claimed that Apple will release its string of TV titles in the spring of 2019 . Apple has confirmed that it will hold an event on 25 March, where it's expected to announce its new TV streaming offering .
Manafort given more than 3.5 years of extra prison time
Manafort pleaded guilty to two counts of conspiracy last year, which each carried a maximum sentence of five years in prison. Judge Jackson blasted Manafort's "contempt" for the law and "his belief he had the right to manipulate these proceedings".