Facebook founder apologizes for privacy gaffes

06/3/2010 | All Things D · MarketWatch

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg had his feet held to the fire Wednesday during an interview at the D8 conference. Zuckerberg apologized for the uproar over the site's privacy policies and for his own teenage indiscretions. One commentator called the session Zuckerberg's "Richard Nixon moment," but noted that the visibly squirming CEO deserved kudos for agreeing to give the interview in the first place.

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