Despite all the protests, Zuckerberg, who bought 110 acres of untouched land, also owns 1400 acres of land on the island with his wife.
Among the latest additions to the site is the Ka Loko reservoir, where a dam collapsed in 2006 after 40 days of rain and seven people died, Russia Today reported.
Zuckerberg has previously been accused of trying to “colonize” Hawaii’s Kauai region. Because, after their first purchase on the island, the couple had built a 707-acre wall for personal privacy on the Pilaa beach, which is a favorite place for locals and tourists.
Zuckerberg and his wife Pricilla Chan are declared undesirable because of their actions in the region. More than 1 million people signed the petition “Stop Mark Zuckerberg’s Colonization of Kauai”.