Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg in the limelight last year – understandably has a pretty high security detail. As the CEO of a company with billions of users around the world, a number of which are probably less popular, he has a $ 10 million annual security budget that includes armed guards, sophisticated security systems, and home-based panic rooms , and more.
Employees say he also has an escape tunnel according to a report recently published in Business Insider.
Yes, in a conference room near the office of Menlo Park in California, California style desk, Zuckerberg has allegedly hewn construction or "panic slide" that leads somewhere else. Business Insider wrote:
The offices of Facebook are located above a parking lot for employees, but it is impossible to park directly under the desk of Zuckerberg, as there are concerns about the danger of car bombs.
He also has access to a large glass-walled conference room in the center of the room near his desk with bullet-proof windows and a panic button. There is also a continuing rumor among Facebook employees that he has a secret "panic slide" that his team can bring down to quickly get him out of the office. The truth about this matter remains bleak: one source said that she had been informed of the existence of a top secret exit route through the floor of the conference room into the parking garage, but others said that they had no knowledge of it. Facebook declined to comment.
If this is indeed the case, Zuckerberg's escape route is likely to lead directly to a waiting car and not to a Wayne Tower-style, hidden cache of superhero gear. Theoretically, this could also lead to another vanishing point on the Facebook campus.
However, it is not a word of whether it is air-conditioned with motorcycles to speed up its cooling off from the Federal Trade Commission.
According to Business Insider, other measures that were taken by "members of the Zuckerberg Praetorian Guard" include round-the-clock escorts of bodyguards, some of whom pose as Facebook employees when near their desk at work or at work sit at business meetings with everyone involved. Like many high-profile billionaires, security personnel also drive him to where he's going, looking for possible security threats before he enters.
The price tag for all these bailouts far exceeds the cost that another billionaire may have paid in 2007. According to Forbes, Oracle boss Larry Ellison led the package in executive protection spending at some $ 1.8 million ,