WhatsApp co-founder bites the hand that fed him billions of dollars


How’s this for gratitude. Back in October 2014, Facebook closed on its purchase of WhatsApp, paying $21 billion for the messaging app. The transaction made WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton a wealthy man, as you might imagine. You might think that Acton, whose bank account is swollen with Facebook’s money, would blindly praise Facebook and turn a blind eye to its bad deeds. But you’d be dead wrong.
According to BuzzFeed, Acton was speaking to students last Wednesday at Stanford University, his alma mater. He was one of the guest speakers for an undergraduate class called …

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