We know that Facebook staff's been meeting to discuss user privacy, but it appears that these meetings might not be the happiest of events. It actually seems like Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg might be forced to rethink some past decisions.


According to the WSJ, Zuckerberg has frequently "over-ruled employees who argue Facebook should make more information private" in the past, but now he might have to finally suck it up and provide users with the privacy tools they're demanding—the ones some Facebook employees have previously pushed for.

Either way, while the Facebook privacy drama probably won't end anytime soon, we should at least hear about the results of these meetings "as soon as the end of the week." [WSJ via Business Insider]

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