Mark Zuckerberg discovers privacy
Techcrunch ---------- With the swelling confidence of a colonial power happening upon a long-settled distant land, on Wednesday Mark Zuckerberg discovered the concept of privacy. In a ballooning 3,225 words — a roughly average word count for the terminally verbose Facebook founder — Zuckerberg informed his miserably loyal 2.3 billion plus subjects that his company has happened upon a concept known as privacy, and, in doing so, it sees an opportunity. But can Facebook reform its 15-year legacy as devourer of all things private with a single sweeping, underedited screed from its copycat visionary and dark-pattern technocrat? To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.