Quotes of the Week: "They're going to be erased from the pages of history."

“No. I’m focused on building our community at Facebook and working on the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.”

Mark Zuckerberg tells Buzzfeed he has no plans to run for President


“They’re going to be erased from the pages of history.”

Ed Snowden warns that BlackBerry’s close cooperation with government agencies will see the company suffer because people want companies that defend their privacy


“It is time to do the right thing. Stop stealing the default browser, accept user choice and compete on the merits.”

Jon von Tetzchner, CEO of Vivaldi, in a blog criticizing Microsoft’s habit of resetting the default web browser


“A disorderly Brexit would be highly disruptive."

TechUK CEO Julian David wants a smooth Brexit to minimize the impact on the UK tech scene


“This was a mistake, it wasn't right, we own it, and we apologize. No excuses.”

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tweets his apologies after a mix up meant people were automatically signed up to start following Donald Trump’s @POTUS account



White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer tweets what looks like a password


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