Facebook responds to news report saying, "we are just getting started".
A tabloid called Weekly World News has develop into quite popular over the weekend after it published a news story regarding Facebook shutting down on March 15.
The reason for the shutdown was nonsensically cited as, Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook "wanted his life back" and preferred "to put end to all the madness".
Zuckerberg is invented to have made this statement at a press meeting outside the social network's Palo Alto office.
The Tabloid, which is known for publishing fake news stories, seems to have tried a roll on the ever growing social network, Facebook.
"Facebook has gotten out of control," said Zuckerberg in a press convention outside his Palo Alto office," and the stress of managing this company has ruined my life.
I need to put an end to all the madness."
Facebook has crushed this silly rumor with a status message.
We didn't get the memo about shutting down, so we will keep working away like forever.
We aren't going anywhere, we are just getting started. Facebook Director of Corporate connections Larry Yu confirmed that the rumor is false.
In response to Mashable's mail about the shutdown, Yu responded, "The answer is no, so please help us put an end to this childishness."