Most of us who are crazy gamers, should be familiar with God Mode. It is basically a “cheat” code in several video games wherein the player’s avatar appears to have all the super natural powers, including invulnerable to damage, and “having free access to all parts of the game” (like, walking through walls, having all weapons etc).
The point here is a news that came on an article by Jack McKenna on TechCruch that You can block any facebook user except Mark Zuckerberg on one of the biggest social networking website.
If you log on to facebook (which I’m fairly certain most of you are now!), go to Mark Zuckerberg’s page and try to report/block this user (I tried too). You are presented with a message “general block failure error” with instruction “Block failed.”.
This is kind-a like funny, when some of my fellow readers do believe that if they were the CEO of the company they would surely want to have the full access to the site like the owner. While the discussion on facebook’s privacy has already been in moot in the recent past, this raises a few more questions. Like, if there has to be someone who could have the unlimited control to the site, it should have been the site Administrator. Interestingly, as an owner most of us might love to enjoy the Admin privileges too, but why Zuckerberg want this to his own profile? after being given to understand that he can have all the access otherwise.
For now, I can leave these questions to the youngest billionaire. You can have your say.