Mark Zuckerberg is drowning in troubled waters lately. Set to face Congress on may 11th, the billionaire went from an internet hero to an international villain overnight. This is the result of a probe into Donald Trump’ presidency campaign in 2017 – that revealed that the privacy of 87 million people was compromised through Facebook sharing their user’ information with a political consulting company Cambridge Analytica.This is the same company the president used for his social media campaign when he got elected last year Mark’ defense in all this turmoil is that Facebook was solely created in an optimistic manner, therein lies where they shot themselves in the foot from not also focusing on the negative consequences that could result from having such an immense user base’information.

Despite the fiasco having negative consequences on the companies market share, Mark Zuckerberg noticed that the advertisers & users that fuel the company haven’t pulled out. He is not stepping down as the CEO & feels he
is still the right man for the job. Rehabilitating this situation is going to be so hard, he himself is aware of this & stated it’s going to take three years to fix the security problems of Facebook.

”I am not one to offer counsel to our hero in the throes of trouble, but if I were him I would take some time out at the finest most peaceful beach I can find in Florida” Facebook is incorporated under Florida anyway

3 Beaches I Would Visit In 3 Years If I Was Zuckerberg

  1. For Peace Of Mind

With so much harsh criticism, all that bitterness would be dissolved in the sweet sugary sands of Key West, Rest
Beach. This is the Perfect place to de-stress and get away from people’ endless badgering – with a near to secluded attendance on a regular basis, my blues would ironically fade away in the blue tranquil waters that can be either enjoyed on a beach chair on the shore. Or in the water – in a rented kayak.There’s also an option to take a stroll in solace around the picnic area that comes with a children’s playground. They also have a dog park.

  1. To Get My Spirits Up,

I could just head on over to South Beach in Miami. The jet-ski craze has become a booming technological breakthrough – you can see this frequently on the beach. A nay for privacy – this is great for letting other celebrities outshine me to deflect the sudden surge of attention. The tropical sun makes the daytime clear enough to indulge in celeb spotting.The likes of Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, and Jennifer Lopez just to name a few.
Apparently, this is where episodes of popular reality tv shows Keeping Up With The Kardashians & Jersey Shore are filmed.The nightlife’ parties & activities in the villas & nearby hotels are just as endless. I nearly forgot, (basically lying) – the women are topless here, and it’s very legal.

3.To Look Like I Am Not Enjoying Myself Too Much

I could opt for the lighter kind of fun scenario in Clearwater Beach. The water is perfect for paragliding behind a
boat, but I will just stick to fishing(staying in character). The soft sand is ideal for beach volleyball, beach soccer and just plain old sunbathing. With plenty of restaurants to chose from, it’s wiser to show up early to avoid getting there when they are fully booked. But hey! I am Zuckerberg.Florida has plenty of great beaches, just
make sure to pick a beach according to the time of the season that aligns with your intention to go there. You can’t go to South Beach during the spring break for solitude.