The Age of Privacy is Over?

According to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, yes. See the video with your own eyes and read the ReadWriteWeb analysis of the interview he did with TechCrunch’s Michael Arrington.

Is the age of privacy really over, or does Mark Zuckerberg just want it to be over?

Myself, I don’t think so. Istead what’s headed for extinction are companies that try to make their money by convincing people they need less privacy.

Watch this space – more coming on this topic coming soon.

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About Drummond Reed

Internet entrepreneur in identity, personal data, and trust frameworks
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One Response to The Age of Privacy is Over?

  1. Iain Henderson says:

    …agreed, what we’re see-ing is the desperate PR of a company whose business model is fundamentally at odds with their users deep needs (as opposed to the more superficial ones that they do address).

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