Two days ago, developer and startup founder Dalton Caldwell published an open letter to Mark Zuckerberg accusing Facebook of at first supporting his startup, then essentially threatening to crush it because it was competitive with a Facebook product. The story got a lot of attention in Silicon Valley, provoked a response from Google+ executive Vic Gundotra, and even percolated up to the mainstream media . Then came the fallout. Investor Marc Andreessen, who sits Facebook’s board, decided the drama had revealed a conflict of interests.
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Developer has no regrets after angry letter to Zuckerberg goes viral