In what can only be described an embarrassing, Facebook Owner Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook account has been hacked by someone going by the handle “#hackercup2011″
The message he left read as follows:
“Let the hacking begin: If facebook needs money, instead of going to the banks, why doesn’t Facebook let its users invest in Facebook in a social way? Why not transform Facebook into a ‘social business’ the way Nobel Prize winner Muhammad Yunus described it? What do you think?”
Some supporters of Zuckerberg have claimed that this was a phony Facebook account, created and made to look like it was hacked, but that has been discredited by many in the media and in online public forums.
I love it. Not only is this hacker exposing that Facebook security is a sad joke, but that Goldman Sach’s recent scam to private sell shares of the company to its rich investors (who were also being scammed).
Most people are dumber than dirt for posting their lives on a site that can not protect the account of the very person who invented the site. Have fun with that dipsticks!
I used to have an account on Facebook but it was suspended because I refused to share my real name. Out the door went thousands of friends. The other day I sent them an email telling them I would give them my real name to get my account reinstated. Of course I used a phony name. I don’t trust them. I will use them to spread my message but I won’t give them any private details of myself. Fuck Facebook.
This post is courtesy of Robbie the Robot