Yowza. Here's a 2009 BBC interview with Mark Zuckerberg, with an excerpt below.
Reporter: So who is going to own the Facebook content, the person who puts it there, or you?
Zuckerberg: The person who puts the content on Facebook always owns the information, and this is why Facebook is such a special service.
Reporter: And you won't sell it?
Zuckerberg: No, of course not.
Reporter: Just to be clear, you're not going to sell, or share, any of the information on Facebook?
Zuckerberg: We're not going to share people's information except for with the people that they've asked for it to be shared.
“Texas is investigating Facebook for possibly running afoul of state laws on the collection of biometric data, according to June documents uncovered by a tech watchdog group,” reports Ashley Gold at Axios.
Longtime Donald Trump consigliere Roger Stone is due in prison next week. Facebook on Wednesday took down 50 personal and professional pages connected to the U.S. President’s former adviser, about 10 years after it would do any good.
The United Kingdom Competition and Markets Authority, the UKs antitrust watchdog, has begun an investigation into Facebook’s acquisition of Giphy.
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