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A Bug Killed Mark Zuckerberg, Me and Millions of other Faebook Users - Don’t worry, you’re not really dead - Facebook Felt you were.

Were you Died according to facebook?

You were not the only one the bug Even Killed 

Mark Zuckerberg

Don't Worry you actually are still alive.

A bug fooled facebook to believe millions of its user were dead for a short period on Friday. Facebook claimed it was just a bug  and everyone who was previously living is alive again. 

ahh ha ha!

Thanks to what Facebook is reporting as a “terrible error”, millions of people were probably implicated they had died. This occurred on Friday, November 11- 2016 when Facebook users who were very much alive and but the following message was added to the top of their profile:

“We hope people who love [name] will find comfort in the things others share to remember and celebrate [his/her] life.”

This is the banner that normally appears on top of Facebook profiles of people who have passed away. It’s an option for relatives who choose to memorialize a loved one’s account rather than delete it. Memorialized accounts continue online in eternity for family and friends to visit.

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The Gravest of Grave Errors

This grave error (excuse the joke) provoked several responses. Most people took it all in their stride, making light of the assumption that they had somehow died without anybody mentioning them. But there must have been cases of people falling upon the banner of someone they love. Which hasn't been a pleasant experience! 

I suppose we should take some console in the fact that even Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg was flagged as having died. Which likely rushed up the process of fixing the issue. And to be fair to Facebook, the company published an apology for making such a stupid mistake in the first place, saying:

“For a brief period today, a message meant for memorialized profiles was mistakenly posted to other accounts. This was a terrible error that we have now fixed. We are very sorry that this happened and we worked as quickly as possible to fix it.”

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