If you don’t know who Randi Zuckerberg is, she is the sister of the dude that has made billions by destroying your privacy.
Interwebs drama of the day: Randi Zuckerberg, sister of Mark Zuckerberg, threw a fit when someone tweeted a copy of a Zuckerberg family photo (see above) that Randi herself had posted to Facebook, the confusing-to-use social Web site created by her strange, reclusive brother. Randi was furious because she wanted the photo to be seen only by her friends, but someone who is friends with Randi’s sister saw the photo on Facebook, assumed it was public, and spread it on Twitter.
Randi complained that this was “way uncool.” The friend apologized for her mistake. Lots of people had a laugh about how this just shows again how stupid and confusing Facebook’s privacy settings are, as in, “Hey, even the Zuckerbergs can’t figure this stuff out!”
Out Of Proportion?
But then Randi took everything to a whole new level of mental when she summed the whole thing up with a tweet: “Digital etiquette: always ask permission before posting a friend’s photo publicly. It’s not about privacy settings, it’s about human decency.”
Yes, she said that: human decency. Because this dumb issue about her dumb photograph is that important. Read the full story: Source
Here is the offending picture:
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