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Zuckerberg’s Law on Data Sharing, Not Puffery

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  1. Facebook’s growth is due in part to the hidden and complex privacy controls that lead to Michael Zimmer’s First Law of Social Networking: “social networking sites are incentivized to promote the open and unfettered flow of mountains of personal information.” (http://michaelzimmer.org/2009/06/13/the-laws-of-social-networking/) Michael Risch (PrawfsBlog) has written more on economics of social networking privacy, as has Joseph Bonneau (lightbluetouchpaper.org), Bruce Schneier (schneier.com), and Marshall Kirkpatrick (in a recent NYT post).

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