Facebook chief "doesn't believe in" privacy

04/29/2010 | Wired.com

An anonymous Facebook employee stirred up trouble for company founder Mark Zuckerberg by telling a New York Times reporter that his boss "doesn't believe in" privacy. The move could shake users' faith in Facebook's recent attempt to change surfing habits and make the Web more social, notes Eliot Van Buskirk. There's no need to rush to delete your account, Van Buskirk adds, "but we wouldn't recommend posting anything there that you wouldn't want marketers, legal authorities, governments (or your mother) to see."

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