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Mark Zuckerberg Doesn't Want Cameras In Living Rooms (Except One)

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Business Insider reports Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg may regret a recent statement. Zuckerberg was asked about Facebook's efforts to make online messaging more private... ...and ended up comparing messaging platforms to living rooms. We definitely don't want a society where there's a camera in everyone's living room watching the content of those conversations.

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