Nearly $20 million went toward security for Zuckerberg and his family, up from about $9 million the year prior. Zuckerberg also received $2.6 million for personal use of private jets, which the company said was part of his overall security program.
This follows allegations by a whistleblower that British political consultancy Cambridge Analytica improperly accessed users' information to build profiles on American voters that were later used to help elect US President Donald Trump in 2016.
Facebook said its quarterly profit soared 79 percent and revenues were up nearly 50 percent in the third quarter as marketers poured money into its advertising offerings, whose power to target and influence users has actually been showcased by the election scandal.
If you're fed up of reading Mark Zuckerberg's or his wife Priscilla Chan's posts on Facebook, there's little you can do. With reports of this error surfacing since 2010, Mark has now admitted to there being an issue and has said he will get it fixed.