In a recent post, regarding Facebook shutting down, it has left fans and members shocked that their stress buster will soon be non accessible.
According to false reports, the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg has stated," Managing [Facebook] has ruined my life. I need to put an end to all the madness." This took the world by surprise about Facebook shutting down.
''When the rumor of Facebook shutting down, many said that when the site closes all your photographs and pokes will be lost'', says a worried Facebook fan. This kept the world thinking if they should delete their account on the friendly social network or wait for March 15th to see what happens.
Facebook which has over $500 users all around the world and $500 million investment from the Goldman Sachs finally put all rumors to rest saying that they will still continue to function and thus Facebook shutting down will not happen now or ever.
Facebook has been forced to deny it is shutting down later this year, after a rumour of its demise shot around the world over the weekend.
The Los Angles Times says a Weekly World News story sparked panic.
The satirical website quoted Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg as saying, "Facebook has gotten out of control and the stress of managing this company has ruined my life. I need to put an end to all the madness."
The story pegged the site's shutdown date at March 15.
Now Facebook has assured users it is not going anywhere, with a wall post insisting that the rumour was greatly exaggerated.