In 2004, when Mark Zuckerberg was a 19-year-old student at Harvard who had just launched a social network, he wrote to a friend:
“I have over 4,000 emails, pictures and addresses. If you ever need info about anyone at Harvard, just ask.”
“What?” replied Zuckerberg’s friend whose name has been deleted from the records. “How’d you manage that?”
“People just submitted it,” said Zuckerberg. “I don’t know why.”
And then he added that now famous line: “They trust me. Dumb fucks.”
Fourteen years later he’s a billionaire Harvard dropout testifying before Congress about stealing and selling the private information of billions of trusting Facebook users.
THE HARVARD HACKER
It wasn’t the first time, reports the Business Insider.
At Harvard, three seniors said Zuckerberg told them he would help them build a social network called HarvardConnection.com. But instead, Zuck the schmuck was building his own competing product — that which would end up being Facebook.
The Harvard student paper, the Crimson, investigated the matter and found that Zuckerberg, in his desperation to ensure that nothing negative was published about him, used his own site to hack the email accounts of Crimson editors. He then read through their emails looking for anything negative about him.
This creep may be a billionaire (he makes $4-million a day!) but to the whole world now, he’s nothing more than a sneaky little thief. Another reason (not that we needed one) to hate the filthy rich.
Why let this punk take any more of our money. Get the hell out of Facebook before you lose your mind.