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Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook founder, in 2007 The data compromise scandal was 11 years away when Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg posed for this photo; a tweet this week by CalSTRS pension fund’s CIO marks the first time an investing figure of this stature has voiced support for the #DeleteFacebook movement. (Photo: AP)

(Bloomberg) –The California State Teachers’ Retirement System Chief Investment Officer Christopher Ailman has a new investment — personally at least — and it’s in the campaign to #DeleteFacebook. The executive tweeted his support last night, claiming he removed his account due to the “offensive” lack of oversight and poor management at Facebook Inc.

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