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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is “reconsidering” lawsuits to force the sale of land in Hawaii.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has engaged with Facebook users about the lawsuits in recent days.
(Photo: Martin E. Klimek, USA TODAY)SAN FRANCISCO — Buffeted by sharp criticism, Mark Zuckerberg is “reconsidering” lawsuits to force Hawaiian families to sell their land.
In 2014, the Facebook CEO purchased a 700-acre waterfront estate in Kauai for $100 million.
(Photo: Facebook)After the news broke, Zuckerberg defended the lawsuits in a Facebook post.
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg ‘reconsidering’ Hawaii property lawsuits
Last week, Zuckerberg said, “For most of these folks, they will now receive money for something they never even knew they had.
Currently, owners of the lots, which have been in their families for generations, have the rights to travel across Zuckerberg’s property.
“We want to make sure we are following a process that protects the interests of property owners, respects the traditions of native Hawaiians, and preserves the environment.”
We want to be good members of the community and preserve the land for generations to come.”
But on Tuesday night, Zuckerberg said, “Based on feedback from the local community, we are reconsidering the quiet title process and discussing how to move forward.”