Mark Zuckerberg Relieved Nation Grown Accustomed to Facebook Exploiting It
MENLO PARK, CA - Mark Zuckerberg took a major sigh of relief early Thursday morning after four days had passed since the latest news of Facebook exploiting its users and no public outrage had materialized.
“I thought the public would have been outraged we sold them out to a Chinese company listed as a national security threat, but no one seems to care,” said Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
"I guess we’ve exploited the American people so many times they’re used to it now, which is great news for us at Facebook. This really opens up a whole new frontier of revenue streams for us,” added Mr. Zuckerberg.
Technology experts are now suggesting Facebook might sell user data to the Russians, North Koreans or Iranians.
“North Korea runs a robust hacking operation. Having access to what each American eats for lunch every day will surely improve their capabilities,” said David Sanger, journalist for the New York Times.
The Satirical Post reached out to Facebook to see if they had any interest in selling user data to declared enemies of the United States.
“Facebook is a very progressive company that doesn’t discriminate against anyone, even a country that declares it wants to nuke us. So yes, we’re very open to selling data to North Korea,” said a Facebook spokesperson.
Meghan Murray, a longtime Facebook user said she wasn’t concerned about the social media company selling her info.
“I’ve known Mark Zuckerberg is a horrible person since watching that Jesse Eisenberg movie, which had a great soundtrack by the way,” said Ms. Murray.
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