This Taiwanese hacker claims that he’s going to delete Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook account on Sunday
Taiwanese hacker Chang Chi-yuan is looking to live stream an attempt to delete Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook account this Sunday
On Wednesday, Taiwanese hacker Chang Chi-yuan told his 26,000 followers that he was planning to delete Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook account this Sunday. But not only is he planning to attempt to delete the CEO’s account but he’s also going to live stream the entire thing. The video is scheduled for 6 pm local time (6 am here in New York).
Chang is a notorious bug hunter who has previously been sued by a bus operator for hacking its system in pursuit of cheaper bus tickets and he also holds the position of “special contributor” on Japanese Line Corp's hall of fame of bug hunters.
If Chang is successful, then it wouldn't be the first time Zuck’s page has been hacked. Back in 2011 a hacker got in and wrote, "Let the hacking begin" on Zuckerberg’s wall. It has also been reported that many of the CEO’s private messages have been deleted, just in case the account does get hacked.
Even though we may not make the 6 am live stream, it will be interesting to see if Chang is successful in his attempts to delete Zuckerberg’s account. Let us know what you think about Chang in the comments section below and be sure to subscribe to The Sitch for more Facebook hacking news and other entertaining reads.