Dear Mr. Zuckerberg, ...
... I'd rather not have you find out what I'm "living, working and thinking about the future", given what you and your company will likely do with that information.
Also, you may call me old-fashioned, Mr. Zuckerberg, but I'm rather fond of that "social norm of the past" that we call privacy. I know, you're more of a "sharing is caring" type of personality, but since you've read so many books*, maybe you've come across the phrase "Speech is silver, silence is gold", and to that respect I prefer to only publish my thoughts if I think that (a) they're worth publishing or (b) somebody wants to read them. Preferrably both. As such I'm not exactly part of the target group of your services, but still you silently collect data about me whenever I visit a website that carries one of your Like buttons; you do that without my consent and against my expressed (DNT) will. But yet you think that somebody seeing your house from the outside is an unacceptable invasion of privacy.
And, Mr. Zuckerberg, I suspect that I'm not alone with these views.
So maybe you want to reconsider your aiming for a carreer in politics (unless you're planning to do this solely to improve your business. Doing that seems to have lost its stigma recently.) Instead, read another 25 books. I have a few suggestions: "1984" maybe. Or "Fahrenheit 451". Call me if you need more.
A. N. Onymous
* Were these really books, or rather "books"? You know, with staple binding? Probably not, since these might contain nudity, and that is of course completely unacceptable, even if it's just a photograph of a many hundred years old sculpture in a public space. Hate speech, death threats, that's all OK - but you have to draw the line somewhere. And bronze genitalia, that's clearly too much.