Zuckerberg Defends Facebook's Privacy Approach
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In the wake of a recent flap over Facebook's changed privacy settings, the popular social networking site's chief executive takes a moment to describe the thought process that goes into its stance on privacy. eSecurity Planet has the story.
Ask Mark Zuckerberg what privacy means to him, and the Facebook co-founder and CEO will tell you it's a fluid concept.
Over the weekend, Zuckerberg sat for a brief on-stage interview at the Crunchies, the annual awards ceremony hosted by the blog enterprise TechCrunch.
"When we got started just in my dorm room in Harvard, the question that a lot of people asked was, 'Why would I want to put any information on the Internet at all?'" he said.