Posted by: David Harley | April 8, 2011

The Death of Facebook. Again.

Just when we’re all getting over the shock of Facebook’s closing down for maintenance in the three days between the end of February and the beginning of March (yes, you did read that right: see the hoax post Chainmail for the Calendar-Deprived), there’s more bad news for FB addicts.

Hang on, didn’t it already close down its free accounts last month? Errr, no….

But it’s going to close down its accounts today, right, except for those users who confirm that their accounts are still active? (So Facebook can’t tell which of its customers’ accounts are active? Hmmm…) Errr, no. That’s a viral survey scam. Graham Cluley tells you all about it here.

Unbelievable. Well, you’d think so, wouldn’t you? :-/

Small Blue-Green World
ESET Senior Research Fellow


  1. […] has been a series of hoaxes announcing that Facebook will be closing down (temporarily or for good), or deleting your account, or starting to charge its customers, and so […]

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