Facebook’s Zuckerberg Gets Bitten by His Own Creation: 596 Pictures Revealed!

The day of retribution has arrived! Facebook’s creator, Mark Zuckerberg, had a taste of his own medicine. The highly criticized Facebook privacy roll-over turned the table on poor Mark and his guarded photos. After having only 1 picture for public viewing, the privacy changes allowed Facebook users access to 596 pictures of him. The photos are ‘colorful’, from photos of him playing with light sabers to looking drunk and shirtless.

It seems the whole thing was an accident. If that’s the case, then maybe he didn’t understand his own privacy settings. Well, at least he doesn’t have to worry about losing his job because his boss saw pictures of him partying and acting stupid.

Update: It seems it was an accident, even though he said otherwise, because the pics are private again.

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7 responses to “Facebook’s Zuckerberg Gets Bitten by His Own Creation: 596 Pictures Revealed!”

  1. Roba says:

    Hilarious. He gets bitten in the ass due to his own decisions. Priceless moment in internet history.

  2. Beiruta says:

    LOL!!! Well, what goes around must come around: Zuckerberg will remain to be a living proof of that! :)

  3. Funny, ironic…but he's probably shrugging his shoulders at it. He can afford to.

  4. FadiPick says:

    Loved it! hehehhee

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