from this giant interview with an anonymous facebook employee that's making the rounds:
this guy had evidently added him as a friend, and sadly he accepted it, but literally stole all of this guy’s information, created a fake account, and was communicating with himself from the fake account. He was writing on his wall and posting back to the “other person’s” wall. We found out the guy actually had about fifteen fake accounts that he created, stealing other users’ pictures and information to create the accounts, and was actually communicating back and forth with himself. Just to try to make himself appear cool, I guess?
J: What do you think about that?
JG: Sounds pretty cool, I guess.
J: Yeah, the guy sounds alright.
JG: I hardly ever use my facebook account now. I don't really miss it either.
J: Yeah, me neither. Sometimes I would get that weird addicted-y feeling like I had to know what was going on with other people, even though they weren't people I cared one whit about.
JG: A whit, huh?
J: That's right, a single whit.
JG: Pretty wild the fact that they're tracking every single piece of information about their 200 million users, though, right? Every click, where the eyes go, keeping every shred of data…
J: Makes sense. There's probably novels of the future in there somewhere.
JG: Totally. Have you read kfan's wanna start a blog one-acts?