The continuing conversation about what privacy will look like in the digital age has found Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg justifying the network's recent shift in privacy policies.

The continuing conversation about what privacy will look like in the digital age has found Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg justifying the network's recent shift in privacy policies, pointing to the increasing number of services appearing that allow users to share more and more personal information.

Identifying a general shift in how we think about sharing information online, Zuckerberg states in a conversation with Michael Arrington:

“when I got started in my dorm room at Harvard, the question a lot of people asked was ‘why would I want to put any information on the Internet at all?'

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