Leosghost - 2:06 pm on Jun 26, 2012 (gmt 0)
My jurisdiction too, this breaks criminal law...
Then again ..who ever thought that Mark had ethics, and he is one of the "I'm a billionaire, criminal, and civil laws apply to others, not to me" who thinks that money can buy anything or any immunity from society's rules..
Unfortunately, given where facebook is incorporated, he is probably accurate to think that way..if he gets enough flack over this he may issue an "it was all a mistake on the part of some minion, the management were not aware" ( known as "the Google excuse" )..then backtrack, and be subject to no fine nor punishment which would actually make a difference to him..and certainly wouldn't dissuade facebook from their next privacy "surprise"..
A minimum of 90 days in "regular lawbreakers jail" might give pause to some of these "I can do what I want" company officers..as opposed to fines that wouldn't cover their private jets weekly fuel bill..