Some relatives of mine live in constant fear of giving out any information or pictures on Social Media such as Facebook. I don't believe its too much of a problem because there are many other sources and ways that their information can be compromised. I think Zucherberg may be right that nothing is really private. It just doesn't do any good to retreat into some type of stone age fortress attitude because the internet makes it all public anyways. If you think you live in isolation from the world you are simply mistaken. Everybody can find out just about anything.
Still I suppose its necessary to respect the wishes of a person that does not want any pictures about themselves on Facebook. Its kind of quaint. Sort of like the Amish in Pennsylvania or some primitive tribe in New Guinea.
Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook (Photo credit: Wikipedia)