Facebook News: Randi Zuckerberg Suing Brother Mark Zuckerberg For Lack Of Privacy Over Pictures Posted

Facebook keeps claiming it's privacy setting are secure, but now the sister of CEO Mark Zuckerberhg is suing Facebook for lack of privacy.

Facebook continues to claim its privacy settings are secure. All of that may change since the sister of CEO Mark Zuckerberg is suing Facebook for lack of privacy.

Silicon Valley, CA — After pictures of Mark Zuckerberg’s sister surfaced on the internet today, Randi Zuckerberg says she is suing her brother for lack of privacy on Facebook.

“I thought when I posted my pictures and personal information on Facebook no one could see that,” says Zuckerberg. “Well, I guess I was wrong. I can’t even trust my own brother.” Zuckerberg continued, “When you post something on the internet you should be able to feel that your pictures or information is safe from creeps. Well, I guess not even on my brother’s fun little website.”

Mark Zuckerberg told reporters he was offended by his sister and her comments. “If she wants to go to war over this, then bring it,” Zuckerberg said. “I’m Facebook. She’s my sister. You do the math on that one.”

Privacy issues have been a big issue lately with Facebook says New York Times editor Paul Horner. “Facebook is selling your personal and private information. They own you,” says Horner. “Then the sister of the guy who owns Facebook sues his own brother for privacy issues because he can’t keep her pictures and personal information safe? All I can say is grab a bucket of popcorn and watch the train wreck unfold.”

At this time it is still unclear what amount of money or damages Randi Zuckerberg is suing for. Facebook has yet to release a statement.

One of the pictures by Randi Zuckerberg that was supposed to remain unseen:
Facebook: Randi Zuckerberg Suing Brother Mark Zuckerberg For Lack Of Privacy Over Pictures Posted

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Palo Alto, CA — Facebook today announced the launch of their new breathalyzer chat and status update posting feature. Users will now be required to blow into the Facebookalyzer™ before posting a status update or chatting with friends. The idea is to help other users get a better perspective on what they’re reading or who they are chatting with based on that person’s blood alcohol level.

Users with a blood alcohol level over .15 will now be blocked from posting or chatting about such things as boyfriends, girlfriends, exes, religion, politics or personal stances on activism of any kind. The topics for these users are limited to such things as mini-giraffes and recipes for pumpkin pie.

32-year-old Matt Berg from Phoenix Arizona says he enjoys using the Facebookalyzer™. “Before I would drink a fifth of Jack Daniels, go online and rant about how much of a bitch my girlfriend is or how much I love her. Now with this new feature from Facebook that doesn’t happen anymore. Thanks Facebookalyzer™!”

Facebook spokesman Paul Horner talked to reporters at a press conference this afternoon to answer questions about the launch of the new Facebookalyzer™. “Facebook is about friends connecting in an enjoyable online environment. Unfortunately too many users think it’s a good idea to get ‘tore up’ and then start posting on Facebook. Well, now thanks to the Facebookalyzer™, there is a solution for that problem,” Horner said. “Repeat offenders of posting or chatting completely smashed can be banned from Facebook for periods of 30-90 days. For users that are habitual offenders a perma-ban can be put in place.”

The Facebookalyzer™ is now the solution for that friend of yours who thinks it’s a good idea to get on Facebook late at night completely clobbered our of their mind. The Facebookalyzer™ makes a great gift or stocking stuffer for that annoying alcoholic friend of yours who likes to bring unnecessary drama to Facebook and completely embarrass themselves. To order, call the the The Facebookalyzer™ 24-Hour Hotline at (785) 273-0325. Remember, friends don’t let friends drunk Facebook.

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Man Not Guilty in Killing Wife Over Too Many Facebook Game Requests

Man Not Guilty in Killing Wife Over Too Many Facebook Game Requests

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POSTED: 04/25/2012 6:00:57 PM PDT

Man Not Guilty in Killing Wife For Sending Him Game Requests on FacebookKabul, Afghanistan — An Afghan man was found not guilty Wednesday by a Tribunal of his elders for the gruesome murder of his wife of 42 years. The man, 54 year old Aasif Zawaydeh, apparently had choked his wife to death, cut her body up and fed it to the family dog. His defense was that she sent him too many game requests on Facebook and because of this she needed to die. The man says his wife knew he didn’t like the Avengers movie and kept sending him game requests for it on Facebook even after repeatedly telling her to stop.

Zawaydeh explained to the Tribunal, “I told her numerous times to stop sending me these stupid Facebook game requests for Avengers Alliance but she never listened.” Zawaydeh continued, “I yelled at her, I beat her, I raped her, I let my brother rape her, I let the neighbors rape her, I let the village rape her and still she kept sending me these damn game requests for Avengers Alliance. I don’t like using Facebook except to stay in contact with old friends from my militia and she knew this. I don’t like the Avengers movie and I especially don’t want to play the stupid game on Facebook.”

The Tribunal voted 12-0 unanimously in favor of the man saying that he was justified in the killing of his wife.

48 year old Steven Edwards from England who’s in Afghanistan because of work was at the trial when the verdict came in. “What is wrong with these people? I have to get the fu*k out of this country right now.”

At a press conference in New York this morning Paul Horner, the president of PGF or People against Games on Facebook said, “This is just one of the many problems that can arise when people send game requests on Facebook. Your annoying friend on Facebook gets the brilliant idea that maybe you want to stop doing what you’re doing and help them build a cartoon barn or plant a field of carrots. So they send you a game request and then you have to log in to Facebook to see what your friend sent. You see it’s something you could absolutely care less about, you get mad and then you wanna kill them. Eventually what happened in Afghanistan is going to happen somewhere else. It’s only a matter of time.”

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