Facebook: CEO Mark Zuckerberg Can Not Be Blocked

For those of you are have a Facebook account and may have tried to block Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, it is impossible to block him. If a user tries to block Zuckerberg, an error message will be highlighted saying “General Block failed error: Block failed”. But for the users that make up the recent 500 million that was recently announced, why would you want to block Mark Zuckerberg?

When Samuel Axon at Mashable reported on this, it is not clear whether this a bug or just a joke on Facebook’s part. For those of you who may be interested to know, Mashable have commented on a website called “Block Zuck”, that gives users the chance to air their opinions about subsequent changes to Facebook. Recent changes such as, allowing friends to location-tag you in Facebook Places by default, with no authorisation from the user!

For those of you who either love or hate the site, it is growing in popularity despite at times its controversial issues.

What do you think of this story? Have you tried to block Zuckerberg? Give us your comments below. To check this out log onto Mashable

Update: A Facebook spokesperson has added, This error isn’t specific to any one account. It’s generated when a person has been blocked a certain large number of times. In very rare instances, a viral campaign will develop instructing lots of people to all wrongly block the same person. The purpose of this system is to protect the experience for people targeted by these campaigns. We’re constantly working to improve our systems and are taking a closer look at this on.