Ask Elizabeth Lewis, mayor of Atherton, and she’ll tell you privacy is a “big deal” in her town, which, for the past four years, has been the most expensive zip code in which to live in the United States.

Who better, then, to count among its residents than Sir Nick Clegg, Liberal Democrat leader turned committed advocate for Facebook, the social network whose approach to privacy has drawn criticism around the world.

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