Oh, the irony indeed!
Apparently "human decency" doesn't apply when Zuckerberg sells your information to 3rd party advertisers on Facebook and changes the TOS to let you know you don't own squat on his company's site. The irony is strong here.
There is no technological solution to this and Facebook can't create it. I don't think they should try. People still have to shoulder the responsibility of being polite and decent themselvess. If they cannot manage, it's ok to be annoyed at them.
Zuckerberg uploaded the photo, his sister "leaked" it.
While Zuckerbergs response resonates well with me I don't really get what he was thinking taking this so publicly, making full use of the Streisand-effect.
Either way, it is hilarious and he does deserve every bit of it. Even if he did nothing wrong in this case.
My mind inserted Mark, even as a copy-pasted it. Sigh, good night.
The "Zuckerberg" they mention in the article is Randi.
A simple direct message on Twitter: 'hey, that's not supposed to be public, can you take it down please? and delete your tweet too.'
Simple and I can't imagine she would've been denied the request, for the very same reason, that she's a Zuckerberg.
they're jewish, they don't celebrate xmas. hence, no zuckerburg xmas was ruined.