Ask and Ye Shall Receive: Elon Musk Deletes Facebook Pages for Tesla, SpaceX

The founder and CEO was quite busy on Twitter last Friday

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How do you get the founder and CEO of two trendy companies with strong Facebook pages to delete those pages from the social network? Just ask him, on Twitter.

Among the many casualties of the uproar over Cambridge Analytica and user data, the Facebook pages for Tesla and SpaceX have been nonexistent since Friday, following a series of tweets involving Elon Musk, the founder and CEO of both companies.

Those pages had more than 2 million followers apiece and were fairly active.

Last Tuesday, WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton, who is no longer with Facebook, sent out this tweet encouraging people to delete Facebook:

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