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"This is their information. They own it" "And you won’t sell it?" "No! Of course not." Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, talking to the BBC in 2009. Digging through the BBC archives proved worthwhile as our interview with a younger Mark went viral this year. You all wanted to see.
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skrbelly Dec 23
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TC Chuah Dec 23
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And greed got the better of him.
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Stadtschloss Berlin Dec 23
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Good questions asked by BBC. And now we know that he is a liar.
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Dr. Dirk Schmidt Dec 23
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Great idea morphing into deception manipulated by greed ... towards the eventual demise of personal privacy
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Robert D. Wilkens Dec 23
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In many cases the information got shared because they friended someone with a pretty picture they never met, or an app they should not trust
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Paul Carolan Dec 23
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Ah this aged well.
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Mo~zo Dec 23
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Only his eyes spoke the truth.
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Dr. Glenn Leaper Dec 23
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Criminal.
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Ratsebe Lekoatsa Dec 23
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Lock him up
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Gunnar Ehn Dec 23
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Lies, lies and more lies coming out of people who own their influence to the millions who put their trust in them. Trump, Zuckerberg, children out of the same mould, it seems. Anything goes in their greed driven self interest, which luckily will eventually lead to their demise.
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Sandwich Man Dec 23
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Bizarre that I get an ‘uncanny valley’ kind of vibe from that.
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Bjorn Larsen Dec 23
Non sequitur.
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Andre Krell Dec 23
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nige Dec 23
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Hahaha
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drdunbee Dec 23
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Lean in 🤡
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Jan Kuitenbrouwer Dec 23
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An empire built on semantic sleight of hand in the best Jesuitical tradition.
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