Mark Zuckerberg talks privacy, accidentally disses Facebook Portal


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  • Friday, 22 Feb 2019

Talking about the future of technology, which is Mark Zuckerberg's personal challenge this year, can be hard, as the Facebook CEO has found out over the years – whether it's before Congress or on television. 

So it seems almost inevitable that in a nearly two-hour conversation with Harvard Law Professor Jonathan Zittrain about privacy, regulations, governance and more, Zuckerberg had an oops moment. 

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