New York, Jan 10: "Oh My God! No, it can't happen, please!!!" It was the reaction by millions of Facebook users around the globe after the hoax rumor of Facebook Shutting Down on Mar 15, that spread like a wild fire in internet. After hours of confusion, Facebook has given an official confirmation that it doesn't have any plan to stop the business.
The rumor of shutting down was spread in web on Sunday, Jan 9, after the American supermarket tabloid, Weekly World News, came out with report that Facebook founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, was too stressed with social networking site which has more than 500 million active users.
The tabloid reported that "Facebook will shutdown on Mar 15 and if users want to see their pictures again, I recommend to take them off the internet. They won"t be able to get them back once Facebook goes out of business."
Later, the technology blog Mashable got an official confirmation from Facebook saying that it was an hoax news. Facebook responded to a query about the hoax news through a mail that reads, "The answer is no, so please help us put an end to this silliness. We didn"t get the memo about shutting down and there"s lots to do, so we"ll just keep cranking away like always."
So, now it's official. Your and world's favourite social networking site Facebook is not going to stop connecting people. Go on with your Facebook updates, dude.