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Good Monday morning, Meet Reid Hoffman, the billionaire founder of LinkedIn. In this video, he shares with an audience at Davos his opinion about your privacy concerns: Yep, I think it’s just as unbelievable as you do — the founder of LinkedIn, the largest social network for professional people in the world says “all these concerns about privacy tend to be old people issues.” “Old people” issues? Are you even allowed to say something like that these days? And that’s how the founder of LinkedIn feels about your privacy? Well, I can’t speak for every internet company founder, but I can tell you that most of us think privacy issues are very, very important, and that Reid’s viewpoint does not represent internet executives as a whole.
Originally posted by FarmerGeneral
“all these concerns about privacy tend to be old people issues.”
Originally posted by notquiteright
Well, let's let him lead by example. I await him to post all of his private information from medical records to credit card numbers. Let's have it.
Originally posted by alfa1
I think most of us have noticed that the "youth" of today are very very willing to put all sorts of very private information on the internet. They dont have a concern.