Mark Zuckerberg has been apologizing for reckless privacy violations since he was a freshman

Enough is enough.

Back in October 2003, then-college freshman Mark Zuckerberg exploited lax computer security at Harvard’s online dorm directories (they were called “facebooks” after physical books full of little pictures of people’s faces that used to be distributed to students in the pre-digital era) to assemble a vast collection of photos of students’ faces, which were used as raw material for a web project he called Facemash. Facemash was essentially a clone of the then-popular...

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