Harvard newspaper hacked just to make fun of grad speaker Mark Zuckerberg


Harvard dropout and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg found himself the subject of fake news on Thursday after the school’s newspaper, The Harvard Crimson, was hacked.

Instead of the Crimson‘s regularly planned special commencement issue, the website showcased some not so flattering photoshops and strange headlines.

Zuckerberg was parodied in a hack on the student paper's website.

Zuckerberg was parodied in a hack on the student paper’s website.

Image: crimson archive

SEE ALSO: Mark Zuckerberg awkwardly takes us inside his Harvard dorm room on Facebook Live

The fake issue was on the homepage briefly as Zuckerberg, who left the Ivy League university 12 years ago to start Facebook, was about to deliver his commencement speech on campus. Manipulated photos of Zuckerberg’s face filled the photo slots on the page, while headlines about Facebook, the Winklevoss twins, and intentional misspellings of Zuckerberg’s name flowed freely.  Read more…

More about Mark Zuckerberg, Hack, Harvard, Graduation 2017, and Harvard Crimson

Comments are closed.

Post Navigation