You might have heard the stories that Facebook is shutting down and in order to prevent these rumors from spreading any further Facebook has officially responded.

According to the rumors, Facebook is shutting down on March 15 2011, and the main reason for Facebook’s shutdown is the fact that Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg is tired of it. Rumors say that Zuckerberg is tired of this social networking business and that he wants to live a normal life once again. We’re hoping that you didn’t believe in this, because it’s not true, and in order to prove that these rumors aren’t true Facebook has posted a tweet saying: “We didn’t get the memo about shutting down, so we’ll keep working anyway. We aren’t going anywhere; we’re just getting started.”

As you can see, Facebook won’t shut down on March 15, and all these rumors were false, and it would take a lot more to shut down the largest social networking site in the world.

[via Electric Pig]

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2 Responses to Facebook responds to the rumors about their shutdown

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    Internet Guy says:

    I’ll ask you this: Who’ll get tired of earning big money like Zuckerberg? Of course none. Facebook is one of the internet hits of today. Who’d want to waste that opportunity? I won’t.
    I know I use Facebook but it didn’t bother me when I saw the statement that it’ll close down. I found it funny because it obviously was a hoax.
    Facebook would’ve emailed all of it’s users before doing that.

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