The part Zuck didn't publish: monitoring private messages
On Thursday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg published a lengthy manifesto detailing his view of the world and important global shifts. However, the final version omitted a mention found in a previous draft about monitoring private messages, according to Mashable:
Why it matters: As Mashable points out, it's ironic that Zuckerberg praised Facebook-owned WhatsApp's end-to-end encryption in the very same letter while originally also mentioning monitoring messages. But this original passages should also raise questions given growing concerns that the massive data Facebook has about its nearly 2 billion users could turn it into Big Brother if in the wrong hands.