But all these things seemed to be more beneficial for the multi-billionaire.
The staggering numbers have put Big Tech under increased scrutiny, with Zuckerberg, Bezos, Apple CEO Tim Cook and Alphabet head Sundar Pichai testifying before the U.S. congress last month to defend allegations that their power and influence are out of control.
Im don enta club of fellow so-called "Centibillionaire Club" wey get Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and Microsoft's Bill Gates. Now, the U.S. president has announced that TikTok and WeChat will ban from the U.S. soon. Late Thursday night, he made good on that threat, issuing an executive order that will prohibit Americans from doing business with ByteDance starting September 20.
Meanwhile, new emails from April 2012 have revealed that anxious about being left behind by mobile apps that made quick progress by cloning other services, Zuckerberg asked some of the company's executives what could the social network do to stay ahead of others.
The publication also notes that Facebook shares on the morning of August 7 rose more than 6%.
As we know, TikTok, a Chinese social media app, focuses on making short and amusing videos with a musical background, which changed the face of social media.
Despite launching a rival app earlier this week, Mr Zuckerberg said during a Facebook meeting on Thursday that he is concerned by a potential ban of TikTok, according to Buzzfeed.
The Facebook (FB) founder's wealth has skyrocketed during the COVID-19 pandemic, with increased Facebook engagement in lockdown collecting more than $5bn in profit and boosting share prices by 65% since March 23 to a high of $245 per share. The net worth of the three billionaires included in the Santi Billionaire List has increased by $ 102.91 billion so far this year.