A Palestinian web-wizard hacks into and posts on Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook profile to prove a (non-political) point.
Earlier this month, Palestinian hacker Khalil Shreateh undertook what must have been one of the biggest blows to Facebook's security since the social network's inception.
After months of emailing the powers at be at FB regarding a security bug he discovered which allows people to post on other people's profiles without being friends with them, Shreateh was tired of not being heard. So he did what any hacker would do - used the bug to post on Mark Zuckerberg's page. Using the glitch that he's been trying to bring to the attention of Facebook programmers (who encourage experienced hackers to point out bugs in return for a monetary reward), Shreateh finally made his point by posting the following on the founder's wall:
“Sorry for breaking your privacy. I had no other choice…after all the reports I sent to Facebook team.”
Facebook eventually responded, but decided not to give Shreateh a reward as he had breached Facebook's terms of service.