Original Harvard "Face Book" Creator: Zuckerberg is "Threat to National Security"

Aaron Greenspan is the self-proclaimed missing piece from the Facebook story as it has been documented in films like "The Social Network". He joins me on my podcast to talk about his role in creating the first "Face Book", why he thinks Mark Zuckerberg is a "sociopath" and "threat to national security", Facebook's most recent scandal, the stock's recent plunge, and why he believes the number of Facebook fake accounts are understated.

Aaron is an entrepreneur and engineer with a background in enterprise software. He is the President & CEO of Think Computer Corporation (http://www.thinkcomputer.com), as well as the founder of Think Computer Foundation (http://www.thinkcomputer.org), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Aaron has worked on engineering problems involving accounting, payments, and legal systems, among others. Though not a lawyer, he has represented himself and his company before several state and federal courts, as well as the United States Patent and Trademark Office Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.

Aaron has an A.B. in Economics from Harvard College and is the author of a memoir about his time there, during which he developed the predecessor to The Facebook.

Aaron also contributes to legal website PlainSite. In addition to making huge volumes of data accessible to the public free of charge, PlainSite lets ordinary citizens impact the law-making process.

Follow him on Twitter @PlainSite and @AaronGreenspan

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