Washington Post Quotes Jim Barrall on Mark Zuckerberg’s 2017 Security Expenses

The Washington Post quoted Jim Barrall, Senior Fellow in Residence at the Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy, in an article about Facebook’s disclosure of CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s security expenses. In 2017, the company spent $8.8 million to protect Zuckerberg’s overall safety, a figure that is significantly higher than what most high-profile companies have spent on their CEOs.

“He’s the founder and face of that company, and has been the subject of specific threats,” explained Barrall. “If I were on the board, I would want him protected 24/7.”

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