As Facebook continues to shape norms online, it is worth remembering the premise that it was built on. The young Zuckerberg thought nothing of conscripting people's pictures and personal information into his web experiments.
The new film the Social Network is as good as everyone says. In fact, it's better. It's a brilliant mix of pop culture and eternal themes, from love and rivalry to classism or the simple need to be accepted.
After watching the film, I don't think less of Zuckerberg. If anything, it gave me a better appreciation for his genius -- not just as a nerdy coder but as one of the first people to truly understand the power of social media.