Facebook's former head of security says the firm should hire a new CEO to replace Mark Zuckerberg

Mail Online | 5/21/2019 | Annie Palmer For Dailymail.com
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Count Facebook's ex-security chief among the group of those who think Mark Zuckerberg should step down from his role as CEO.

Alex Stamos, who left his post as chief security officer in 2018, said Zuckerberg should 'give up some of that power' and make way for a new chief executive.

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Stamos even suggested Microsoft President Brad Smith to take over the role as CEO of Facebook.

'There is a legitimate argument that he has too much power,' Stamos said at the Collision Conference in Toronto, according to CNBC, which previously reported the comments.

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'He needs to give up some of that power. If I was him, I would go hire a new CEO for the company.'

Instead, Stamos argued, Zuckerberg should be focused on products, which is 'where his passion is.'

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Zuckerberg essentially began overseeing Facebook's products after Chief Product Officer Chris Cox left the company in March.

'Facebook needs to have an internal revolution on the culture of how products are built,' he explained.

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He put forth Smith as a potential candidate for the job, as Stamos believes he represents an 'adult who has been through this before.'

'[Zuckerberg] should hire a CEO that can help signal both internally and externally that the culture...
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