Donâ€™t you think itâ€™s ironic that a man who is so eager to invade the privacy of other people is now fighting for his own privacy?
Yes, Facebook founder and proponent of the highly controversial Beacon ad system, Mark Zuckerberg, sued 02138, a magazine that covers Harvard University, for divulging his private documents in its story titled â€œPoking Facebookâ€.
According to ABCNews, the fearless magazine exposed some personal documents of this Harvard-dropout-turned-billionaire such as excerpts from his online diary, undergraduate application, and his exasperation over the lawsuit accusing him of stealing Facebookâ€™s business model and codes from the founders of another social networking site, ConnectU.
Much to the dismay of Zuckerberg, a Boston judge favored 02138 by allowing those private documents to remain in the magazineâ€™s site. I say go and read those documents now before Zuckerberg use his treasure chest to remove these documents forever.