Mashable: "The Palestinian hacker who broke into Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook Timeline to call attention to a bug he discovered will get at least $11,000 as a reward — but not from Facebook, it will come from an online crowdsourced campaign."
My faith in humanity is restored. There are still great people out there and then there is Zuckerberg.
Agree. Multibillion dollar company refusing to acknowledge reward for his efforts is wrong and goes against their terms laid out in the bounty criteria.
If Facebook were smart they could spin themselves some good public relations by matching the final amount of the crowdsourced campaign. Perhaps they will.
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