Do you know?
Mark Zuckerberg — the co-founder, CEO, and chairman of Facebook — His wife Priscilla Chan and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg can’t be blocked by users on his social media website.
If you try to block any of them, the message in all the cases read, “This profile can’t be blocked for now.”
But they could be unfollowed.
“People trying to block a profile or Page may see an error message if it has been blocked many times within a short period,” said Quartz quoting a Facebook spokesperson. It simply means a profile can’t be blocked when several Facebook users are trying to do the same.
Interestingly, before trying to block the world’s fifth richest person, a default Facebook pop-up suggested “you can take a break from him instead” if you want to limit what you share or see less of Zuckerberg.
Facebook has feature ‘Take a break’ which can limit a user’s exposure to others, which means you won’t be able to see the person’s posts and can limit your visibility to that profile. The option reportedly automatically pops up when a user changes one’s relationship status to ‘single’.