* Mark Zuckerberg: Answering privacy concerns
* Bill Burnham has some ideas on how VCs will work around the new carried interest tax (be sure to read the comments — some good back-and-forth about VC lobbying strategy mistakes).
* John Carney points out that the revised financial reform bill exempts PE firms from fund registration (original version only excluded VC funds). Not sure I think it’s as “big” a victory as does Carney, but a victory nonetheless.
* Toni Schneider: In praise of continuous deployment
* A Chinese mega-buyout fund? Fred Hu aims for $10 billion
* Hey Chicago: Get your tickets to the peHUB Shindig on June 16
* Richard Florida: Startups surge in the Great Reset
* The Feds approve Google-AdMob. Am I the only one who thinks that AdMob’s VCs privately wish the deal had been scuttled? After all, a $700m breakup fee + AdMob (IPO candidate?) would have been more lucrative than $750m sale – AdMob. Right?
* Spirited carried interest debate with Tony Fratto, Greg Valliere and John Harwood: