If you’re going to say things about someone, don’t just assume. The headline on this Inquirer story: “Zuckerberg closes off Google+ account so he can’t be tracked.” The story itself, via Social Statistics compiler Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten: ”Mark Zuckerberg and Google management (Matt Cutts, Larry Page, Sergey Brin, Vic Gundotra and Marissa Mayer) all changed their profiles overnight and consequently dropped out of the Google+ top 100 list!” So, because Zuckerberg (and a bunch of other high-profile people from Google, by the way) might possibly not want to take part in some stupid list that nobody other than a couple of attention-obsessed folks like Robert Scoble really truly care about, it’s the same thing as Zuckerberg caring about his privacy. Not buying it. Maybe Zuckerberg thinks a stupid list is a stupid list. He’s allowed to think so. In the end, this is SEO bait, hook, line and sinker. It’s just dumb.