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Monday, 7 November 2011

New York, NY--Mark Zuckerberg is going to give every Facebook user $10,000 for all the information he didn't borrow to make himself rich off every user that was dumb enough to put all their personal information on a Facebook page.

"I thought it was the right thing to pay the people that spent the time to fill out the time line something for sharing old information with friends, but all new information for my marketing team." Mark Zuckerberg told Facebook users today

Mark Zuckerberg hopes this move will stop people from complaining about how Facebook steals all their information and then profits off it.

"I offer a free service to the people out there that are too lazy to call a friend or family member, send a friend or family member a birthday card, and those wonderfully voyeuristic types that get their kicks from watching instead of doing things in life," Zuckerberg said at the end of the personal message to all Facebook users.

Facebook, up to this point, has denied that they sell anyone's personal information, and that they do their best to keep users' information private by changing the security settings every couple of days so it protects less and less personal information from the general public.

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