A new trove of leaked documents revealed Facebooks decision to limit access to user data in 2014 wasnt as noble as Mark Zuckerberg wanted people to think. In reality, it was a move to undercut rivals and reward apps that gave the company something in returnA new report from NBC News details the contents of 4,000 pages of leaked documents from Facebook. The documents contain emails, presentations, and private chats between employees and high level executives, including Mark Zuckerberg, from between 2011-2015.Spoiler alert: It didn't make these changes because of "privacy," as Facebook has claimed. Instead, user privacy was how Facebook positioned the change to soften the blow for developers who benefitted from that data, and get some positive PR in the process. Read more...More about Facebook, Privacy, Mark Zuckerberg, Cambridge Analytica, and Tech Click here to read full news..