Hey Zuckerberg, watch your page. A Palestinian man hacked into Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook page, posting on his wall. The man, named Khalil, had submitted multiple reports to Facebook about a bug that allows him to post on anyone's wall, but was ignored. So he wrote to Zuckerburg, apologizing for "breaking your privacy and post to your wall," but "i has no other choice to make after all the resports i sent to Facebook team." Facebook normally offers money to those pointing out vulnerabilities, but they say Khalil cannot claim the reward because he broke the site's terms of service.
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