Zuckerberg, President Obama Talk

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(Menlo Park, CA) Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg called President Obama to express his frustration about the government’s spying and hacking programs.

The two reportedly talked Thursday.

Zuckerberg also posted a message on Facebook saying quote “when our engineers work tirelessly to improve security, we imagine we’re protecting you against criminals, not our own government.”

The news comes after the latest reports reveal that the NSA has been spying on Internet users.

Zuckerberg said he called President Obama to express his frustration, but said he’s not holding out hope for a quick change.


  • Long Gone

    What I heard is Facebook, google, and other sites are more Co-conspirers then you would think. You may want to put a piece of black tape over your camera len on your laptops an Ipads

  • Thomas H. Evans

    The nerve of this guy questioning the president on spying; what the heck does he think he has been doing all this time? We would be wise to watch this guy and all the rest that we so freely give our information to everyday. I have nothing to hide, what about you Zuckerberg?

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