Most awkward Zuck moments revolve around the CEO’s inability to exhibit human emotion. This one comes with a serving of insult, added to injury.
Mark Zuckerberg opened Facebook’s annual F8 developer conference on Tuesday with a manifesto-ish address about how the future of Facebook is focused on privacy.
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Through encrypting messaging, focusing on ephemerality, and other measures, the company that invented putting your life online says it is fundamentally changing the company to ensure that its users’ private lives, opinions, and interactions stay private. Read more…
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