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Users find it is impossible to block Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg on his site

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Wednesday, 11 January 2017 ()

Users find it is impossible to block Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg on his siteFacebook users are unable to block CEO Mark Zuckerberg. The reason isn't because he is the head of the site, but a feature is activated that protects people from blocking campaigns.
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