“As your client knows, Mr. Zuckerberg goes to great lengths to protect the privacy of his personal life.” That sentence was actually written by Mark Zuckerberg’s lawyer in a recent lawsuit. As Matt Richtel points out in the NYT, Zuck and other tech titans have been asking contractors who work on their houses to sign nondisclosure agreements. Yes, the very people who build the networks that encourage you to share everything are deploying legal teams to make sure their own personal lives stay that way. I wrote a quick piece on this rather remarkable trend: You Kids Get Off Mark Zuckerberg’s Lawn.

+ Pew: Americans’ privacy strategies post-Snowden.