Harvard-era Zuckerberg messages show early views on privacy

05/14/2010 | Business Insider · Computerworld

Mark Zuckerberg's college days are coming back to haunt him: An instant-message exchange has emerged in which the fledgling Facebook chief said the site's users were "dumb" to trust him with their data. The embarrassing revelation came as Zuckerberg sought to ease employees' concerns with an all-hands meeting to address issues surrounding the network's privacy crisis.

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