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.

Ailman’s tweet comes just after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a media briefing Wednesday that its crises, including #DeleteFacebook, are not meaningfully affecting the business.

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