I for one am very glad that he made available his slides and the accompanying text of the talk. That way I was able to pass my own judgement rather than having to rely on the comments here. And surprisingly enough this judgement ended up being completely different.
As far as I can tell the talk discriminated noone and did not attack, make fun of or objectivate any group. The only maybe inappropriate things it contained were the word "fuck" and a nudityless picture with some fetish content illustrating what kind of stuff we might not want to share with the whole world and/or Mark Zuckerberg.
After reading the article and the comments here, I expected way more than that.
I am glad to have read his talk for another reason: it's a fucking good and important talk (pun intended)! He raised a very important point that may influence our whole lifes and our freedom. Unfortunately people seem to find it more important, if he used a word, that I have heard from every single native English speaker I've ever met. Or a picture that shows nothing (yes, sex exists! Deal with it...).
I find this really sad. No wonder, it's so simple to opress people, when people are letting themselves get sidetracked so easily.