Friday, May 21, 2010

Facebook CEO Sees "Privacy" Differently Than You Do

Of all the ideas that a CEO can have, is the most dangerous one the idea that his main objective should be to generate profits for shareholders?

How about a belief in the idea that your privacy -- the privacy of millions of customers, whose information he holds in the palm of his hand -- just doesn’t matter? That’s roughly what Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg seems to believe...

Dr. Chris MacDonald, professor of philosophy and business ethics, blogs at The Business Ethics Blog. He shares a particularly important insight in this entry, "Facebook and Dangerous Ideas."