Back in 1999, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg was just 15, and like many at the time, had his own Angelfire page. Like all Angelfire pages, it wasn’t pretty, but it was something.
While Facebook has tried to get better about privacy recently, it’s still got flaws. One of the big ones uncovered recently is a trick that allows anyone to view photos that are supposed to be private. And to highlight this fact, the person who found it went into Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page and snagged a number of non-public photos.
They say that dead men tell no tales, but if the dead man in question was a widely loved pop culture figure who had an official biography written right before he died, there are lots of tales to be told. One more tidbit from the book Steve Jobs is his admiration for Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
When you’re a billionaire at 27, what’s left for you to do? How about a personal challenge to only eat animals that you kill yourself? That’s the latest thing for Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, who announced his challenge on his private Facebook page to his 800 friends when he said that he had just killed a pig and a goat.
Pretty much ever since its beginning, Facebook and its founder Mark Zuckerberg have been accused— rightly so, honestly— of not giving a crap about member’s privacy. Even before the thing last week where 100 million public profiles were scraped and compiled into a single gigantic data file that ended up on torrent sites, there were the emails that came to light months ago from Zuckerberg back in his college days, shortly after he created stole Facebook, bragging about how he had access to private data of almost everyone at Harvard and calling the people who trusted him “dumb fucks”.