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Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg says privacy is dead. So why does he want to keeps this picture hidden?
It’s one law for the rich and another for the rest of us as our secrets are paraded online
As Daniel Masoliver, a 24-year-old postgraduate student in London, put it: “The only reason privacy ever existed is because Facebook didn’t. People have always liked talking about what they’re into and the more people share information with one another, the more comfortable others are joining in.”
Nevertheless, some online reaction to Zuckerberg’s claims was hostile. “He’s an idiot,” wrote one social networker; “Poppycock,” said another.
Experts in the social networking phenomenon are also concerned. The erosion of privacy, they say, brings dangers for both individuals and the wider body politic.
Sherry Turkle, professor of social studies of science at Massachussets Institute of Technology, said insensitivity to privacy “shows a disregard of history and the importance of privacy to democracy and, I might add, intimacy. Young people are not unconcerned about this matter. But they feel impotent”.