Victim in: 2011
Even the world's most famous hacker isn't immune to cyber attack. Mark Zuckerberg, the social network founder who notably compromised the internal Harvard University system for his website FaceMash.com, which preceded Facebook, had his own profile page hacked last January. After news had passed that Facebook accepted $450 million in private funding from Goldman Sachs, an unnamed web user posted a cryptic message as the CEO's status update, suggesting Facebook allow its members to purchase a stake in the site: "If facebook (sic) needs money, instead of going to the banks, why doesn't Facebook let its users invest in Facebook in a social way?"
The social network's programmers quickly fixed the bug that allowed the message to be posted to Zuckerberg's page.
Persecuted Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is opening a new exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum on April 18. But prior to an 81-day detention by Chinese authoritie... More Persecuted Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is opening a new exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum on April 18. But prior to an 81-day detention by Chinese authorities in 2011, Ai's passport was confiscated, and he cannot travel to coordinate or even see his own exhibit. The Brooklyn show includes "Sacred," a depiction of his incarceration in six dioramas, in its first North American appearance. National Geographic met and spoke with Ai in Beijing where he lives.
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