Facebook CEO's privacy meltdown
Young Mark Zuckerberg, pressed on privacy settings, says company is doing what it thinks is right.
Zuckerberg, 26, now sits astride a social-networking monolith, with some 540 million monthly users around the world.
Quitting Facebook protest recently).
“We recommended (privacy) settings for people, we always do. And we ask that everyone go and review their settings and make a choice,” Zuckerberg began. “We didn’t change any settings. That’s really important.”
But as the interview by AllThingsD's Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg
continued, he grew increasingly nervous. At one point, Swisher suggested
Zuckerberg take off his hoodie, which he did – but even so, continued
“We continue to do what we think are the right changes, even if they are controversial, and it’s what we think people are counting on us to do as the leaders in the space,” he said.
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