Revisiting Zuckerberg: Extremely Nervous Discussion on Facebook Privacy (Video)
2011-11-15 0:00

From: YouTube.com

"Zuckerberg rambles on during video excerpts from the interview, watch the young CEO collapse under intense questioning and sweat over your privacy issues." - 2010


Video from: YouTube.com

Revisiting Zuckerberg in light of the death of social networking entrepreneur Ilya Zhitomirskiy. "Diaspora" is suggested to be the ’anti-facebook’ in terms of personal privacy online.

Note the image inside the hoodie Zuckerberg ’never takes off’. The questioning is far from ’intense’, but his reaction certainly was.
You have to wonder what kind of pressure he’s under, considering the agencies involved in monitoring the social networking site using it as a veritable spying machine.

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If the logo was an open piece of marketing fodder, it would just be discounted as a silly Illuminati-looking logo, on par with the Facebook quail. It’s also easy to write this off as Harvard attendee Zuckerberg being a little too keen on secret society machinations. And we are sure conspiracy theorists will try to decipher this, remarking on how the intersects of the arrows produce a slightly off-kilter Star of David in the center.

However, a source familiar with Facebook tells SF Weekly that there’s never been evidence of secret Facebook rituals aside from the usual team-building exercises. In all fairness, the graphic was probably made quite innocently; people at Facebook are so unaware of how they’re perceived that it just didn’t occur to them that an insignia like this could come off as childish and creepy -- especially when accidentally revealed during a cold sweat.

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