Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg has never been shy in sharing his view that many of the privacy flaps over new features at Facebook are overblown. But when it comes to having his own activities tracked online, it seems that does prefer some level of control.
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Up until Tuesday night, according to the Google + tracking service SocialStatistics.com, Zuckerberg had been the most popular person on the service, with more than 35,000 followers. That dropped to zero when he apparently changed his profile to private, as did many top Google executives, noted SocialStatistics.com's Founder Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten.