As far as we can remember, Mark Zukerberg—The man behind Facebook was relieved last year as The Youngest Billionaire in the World and The Person of the Year 2010 in The Time Magazine.
Recently,there are many questions about his life and his privacy. And finally last January 9, 2011 a rumor was in the news saying that he announced that Facebook will have its closure on March 15, 2011. One of the reasons is said that Zukerberg wants his old life again which is worthy enough to be considered. I believe, facebook changed a lot of things in the lives of many people around the globe.
The news made a loud noise in the world of internet. As we all know, Facebook has been meeting with many controversies in the past. Not to mention that it has been blocked in several countries like China, Vietnam, Iran, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Syria and Bangladesh in different reasons.
But we can’t deny the fact that Facebook has done good things to many as well. For example, it has its credit in connecting families in a distance and meeting old friends lost in years.
These days, the news saddened many account holders especially the youth and those who are earning from it. They say, “What could they do if it finally has its closure?” Well, one thing for sure is they will lose track with some of their friends.
On the other hand, the closure will make other people happy. Like moms who can’t talk to their grown ups because most of them spent more than eight hours with it–waiting for new updates from friends.
So what would really be the stand of the world with its closure? True or not, the fact certainly makes it a big deal for the general account holder of facebook and to the world.