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رغم الصفقة التي جعلت منه مليارديرا، دعا بريان أكتون أحد مؤسسي واتساب مستخدمي فيسبوك إلى حذف التطبيق، والتوقف عن استخدامه، وذلك بعد خمس سنوات من بيع ...

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رغم الصفقة التي جعلت منه مليارديرا، دعا بريان أكتون أحد مؤسسي واتساب مستخدمي فيسبوك إلى حذف التطبيق، والتوقف عن استخدامه، وذلك بعد خمس سنوات من بيع واتساب إلى عرغم الصفقة التي جعلت منه مليارديرا، دعا بريان أكتون أحد مؤسسي واتساب مستخدمي فيسبوك إلى حذف التطبيق، والتوقف عن استخدامه، وذلك بعد خمس سنوات من بيع واتساب إلى عملاق مواقع التواصل الاجتماعي مقابل 19 مليار دولار. 

موقع خبرني : مؤسس واتساب يطالب الجميع بحذف فيسبوك

خبرني - رغم الصفقة التي جعلت منه مليارديرا، دعا بريان أكتون أحد مؤسسي واتساب مستخدمي فيسبوك إلى حذف التطبيق، والتوقف عن استخدامه، وذلك بعد خمس سنوات من بيعخبرني - رغم الصفقة التي جعلت منه مليارديرا، دعا بريان أكتون أحد مؤسسي واتساب مستخدمي فيسبوك إلى حذف التطبيق، والتوقف عن استخدامه، وذلك بعد خمس سنوات من بيع

موقع خبرني : مؤسس واتساب يطالب الجميع بحذف فيسبوك

Has WhatsApp Secured A Stay Of Execution From Facebook?

After negative global headlines about Facebook's proposed integration of its three flagship messaging apps, has Mark Zuckerberg signaled a backtrack of sorts? And, for WhatsApp in particular, is this a reprieve?After negative global headlines about Facebook's proposed integration of its three flagship messaging apps, has Mark Zuckerberg signaled a backtrack of sorts? And, for WhatsApp in particular, is this a reprieve?

Has WhatsApp Secured A Stay Of Execution From Facebook?

Ryan Mac on Twitter: "WhatsApp cofounder @BrianActon, who's now telling folks to delete Facebook, said on Weds in a rare public interview that he basically had no choice but to accept the "boatload of money" when FB came in w/ a $19B offer. I sorta get it, but also I don't... https://t.co/PyenlARR4B"

“WhatsApp cofounder @BrianActon, who's now telling folks to delete Facebook, said on Weds in a rare public interview that he basically had no choice but to accept the "boatload of money" when FB came in w/ a $19B offer. I sorta get it, but also I don't... https://t.co/PyenlARR4B”

Ryan Mac on Twitter: "WhatsApp cofounder @BrianActon, who's now telling folks to delete Facebook, said on Weds in a rare public interview that he basically had no choice but to accept the "boatload of money" when FB came in w/ a $19B offer. I sorta get it, but also I don't... https://t.co/PyenlARR4B"

Tracy Chou 👩🏻‍💻 on Twitter: "Speaking publicly about his differences with Facebook, WhatsApp's co-founder Brian Acton urged Stanford University students to delete their Facebook accounts, as he explained his reasons for selling the app to Mark Zuckerberg in the first place. https://t.co/Xi09hLpa1h"

“Speaking publicly about his differences with Facebook, WhatsApp's co-founder Brian Acton urged Stanford University students to delete their Facebook accounts, as he explained his reasons for selling the app to Mark Zuckerberg in the first place. https://t.co/Xi09hLpa1h”

Tracy Chou 👩🏻‍💻 on Twitter: "Speaking publicly about his differences with Facebook, WhatsApp's co-founder Brian Acton urged Stanford University students to delete their Facebook accounts, as he explained his reasons for selling the app to Mark Zuckerberg in the first place. https://t.co/Xi09hLpa1h"

Raju Narisetti on Twitter: "The co-founder of @WhatsApp, who first sold the platform TO Facebook FOR $19 billion, and hung around for three more years as an employee, now renews attacks on @Facebook, urges students to delete the social network https://t.co/dHxvn2VmEI? via @businessinsider"

“The co-founder of @WhatsApp, who first sold the platform TO Facebook FOR $19 billion, and hung around for three more years as an employee, now renews attacks on @Facebook, urges students to delete the social network https://t.co/dHxvn2VmEI? via @businessinsider”

Raju Narisetti on Twitter: "The co-founder of @WhatsApp, who first sold the platform TO Facebook FOR $19 billion, and hung around for three more years as an employee, now renews attacks on @Facebook, urges students to delete the social network https://t.co/dHxvn2VmEI? via @businessinsider"