Mark Zuckerberg's conference room has a secret "panic error", the report says
Facebook manager Mark Zuckerberg has been accused of many things, but a new report describes how far he is willing to take his privacy and security: he allegedly has a "panic leveling" in one of the tech giant's conference rooms.
A thorough investigation by Business Insider looked at the company's security practices, Zuckerberg said to have a number of different measures to protect himself, including a "Praetorian Guard" (implemented if an employee tries to hurry when in a corporate assembly) as well as the aforementioned "panic route".
"He also has access to a large glass-walled conference room in the middle of the square near his desk, which has cold-resistant windows and a panic button, said the news release in its history." There is a persistent rumor among Facebook employees that he has a secret "panic kill", his team can evacuate him to get him out of the office in a hurry. The truth of this matter remains sinister: One source said they had been informed of the existence of a secret exit route through the floor of the conference room into the parking garage, but others said they had no knowledge of it. »
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In addition to the aforementioned measures, Zuckerberg takes extreme precautions to protect himself and his family. He has armed officers on constant guard outside his gated Bay Area homes, one of which may also include a panic room, Business Insider reported. If Zuckerberg attends a bar, his security team fails to make sure it is safe; They also look at new doctors to cultivate them, as well as instructors if Zuckerberg begins a new hobby.
He also has a personal driver, with the security team monitoring the traffic and adjusting the route if necessary, the report says. 1[ads1]9659005] In a 2018 SEC filing for the company's second quarter, Facebook said it had approved a $ 10 million "pre-tax" fee to Zuckerberg for his and his family's personal security.
"This allowance will be in addition to The continued financing of Mr. Zuckerberg's overall security program to cover the costs of security personnel for his protection, procurement, installation and maintenance of certain necessary security measures for his homes, and the use of private aircraft for personal purposes. travel, "filing said. "This allowance will be paid to Mr. Zuckerberg net of mandatory tax deductions, and Mr. Zuckerberg may apply for net income to pay for additional personnel, equipment, services, home improvement, or other security related costs."
Facebook refused to comment.
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