Just a month ago, Mark Zuckerberg, head of Facebook, told us that the future is a community site that respects privacy, but one of Facebook’s lawyers is now saying that.
At a hearing in Cambridge Analytica, Orin Snyder, a lawyer representing Facebook, said there was no need for confidentiality on a social site. “There is no way to talk about a violation of the right to privacy because there is no right to privacy,” said the lawyer, who argued that users agreed to share their data with third parties.
Despite this, Zuckerberg also told investors that one of the most important tasks for the next 5-10 years would be to make Facebook a data-based site, which he believes is now the main square of a digital city, but the confidence of users can only be maintained if you are confident that your data will not be used back, which the page should become more like a home living room.
In contrast, Snyder said that by posting anything to the public like Facebook, the user loses his privacy. The situation is not only exciting because the lawyer representing the company and its CEO say something different about the same question, but because what Zuckerberg says is not good for Facebook.