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"Friends don’t let friends get spied on.' – Richard Stallman, President of the Free Software Foundation and longtime advocate of privacy in technology.

Mark Zuckerberg is Taking Extreme Measures to keep his Lavish New $10 Million Home Construction Private

It seems strange that Facebook is one of the most privacy-invasive companies on the Web and yet the CEO of the company is going to extreme lengths to protect his own privacy.

All contractors working on Mark Zuckerberg’s new San Francisco home have been asked to sign non-disclosure agreements. Painters, house cleaners, carpenters, gardeners, landscapers, and anyone remotely associated with the house must sign the legal document, which prevents them from sharing even the most minute detail related to the home.

What is good for the goose apparently is not good for the gander.

You can read more in the New York Times at

Categories: Current Affairs

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