In an email to CNNMoney, Wozniak wrote:
“It should bother all of us how much data they had access to, like profile info that we think is private.
My disgust goes to Facebook. But, like all of us, I clicked ‘Accept’ or ‘OK’ or something and gave it away to Facebook. I have always felt badly about social websites being able to sell my stuff, like my photos, and keeping all the money.”
Wozniak’s move came just before Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg planned to testify before congressional committees about the company’s Cambridge Analytica scandal.