Wasn’t allowed to ask the question so tweeted it instead (Twitter has its uses sometimes):

Facebook just presented a keynote titled Privacy at Facebook at #NordicPrivacyArena.

Here’s the question I would have asked if I had been allowed to: “Privacy at Facebook is an oxymoron; it is a contradiction of terms. Facebook’s business model is based on violating privacy…”

“…You spoke about Privacy Settings. The setting you do not have is ‘private from Facebook, Inc.’ It seems to me the only honest presentation on Privacy at Facebook would be a single slide: ‘You have no privacy on Facebook.’ What are your thoughts on that?”

Also, for the record, “will you be nice to Facebook and Google during the afternoon?” is the wrong question to ask one of your speakers. My role is to call out, not to coddle, multinational corporations that violate human rights when they’re being legitimised. #NordicPrivacyArena

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Despite what the US Supreme Court has said, corporations are _not_ people, so you do not need to be nice to them

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