In a message for students of Stanford University (USA) Acton he defended his decision to sell WhatsApp on Facebook, a company that strongly criticized the way of earning their products on advertising.
Acton justified the decision to sell WhatsApp on Facebook, because "he had 50 employees and I had to think about them and the money they would earn from this sale". I assured you that "it did not have a total impact on" no "for the transaction.
"The WhatsApp business model was: we offer a service for one year in exchange for one dollar", Acton recalled, adding: "It was not an extraordinary way to make money, but if you have one billion users, you will have an annual profit of one billion dollars."
"This is not what Google and Facebook want, they want millions of dollars" emphasized the co-founder of WhatsApp.
"To be brutally honest, open networks must make efforts to decide what is the language of hatred and what is not," Acton was careful. "We give them power, this is a bad part." And he came to the conclusion: "Delete Facebook, okay?"