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There should be a rule that if you can’t teach your technology to your family, then you’re not allowed to foist it on the rest of us. If this The offending photo were one of the rules of technology, Mark Zuckerberg and his privacy rules would be headed back to the drawing board, because his sister clearly doesn’t understand Facebook’s privacy rules. Randi Zuckerberg was highly upset that a personal photo of her family was made public to a much broader audience. According to  BuzzFeed  , Vox Media’s Callie Schweitzer wrote “ @randizuckerberg  demonstrates her family’s response to Poke” with a link to the pic. Randi then replied “ @cschweitz : Not sure where you got this photo. I posted it only to friends on FB. You reposting it on Twitter is way uncool.” That’s when Schweitzer schooled Randi Zuckerberg on where she got the photo and why she chose to use it: A good rule of thumb for public personalities, or those related to public personalities, would probably be not to blast people who are giving you good press on the web. Randi Zuckerberg obviously doesn’t adhere to any such rules, and continues her beef: Look Randi, nobody’s got time to ask you for permission,  or for waiting however long it takes for you to get back to them,  before reposting a photo they found in their own news feed. That’s ridiculous. And you sound ridiculous. Either way, the offending tweeter apologized, and Randi accepted her apology. But really, Zuckerberg has Facebook’s confusing privacy settings to blame, and shouldn’t have taken her anger out on Schweitzer. Maybe a phone call to brother Mark is in order.

Mark Zuckerberg’s Sister Doesn’t Understand Facebook’s Privacy Settings Either

There should be a rule that if you can’t teach your technology to your family, then you’re not allowed to foist it on the rest of us. If this

The offending photoThe offending photo

were one of the rules of technology, Mark Zuckerberg and his privacy rules would be headed back to the drawing board, because his sister clearly doesn’t understand Facebook’s privacy rules.

Randi Zuckerberg was highly upset that a personal photo of her family was made public to a much broader audience. According to BuzzFeed , Vox Media’s Callie Schweitzer wrote “@randizuckerberg demonstrates her family’s response to Poke” with a link to the pic.

Randi then replied “@cschweitz: Not sure where you got this photo. I posted it only to friends on FB. You reposting it on Twitter is way uncool.”

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