"As CBS News points out, trolling is defined as "trying to get a rise out of someone. Forcing them to respond to you, either through wise-crackery, posting incorrect information, asking blatantly stupid questions, or other foolishness."
Funny, this quote resembles pretty much most of the articles posted as "news"
here on Tomshardware.
So to recap - this guy has the same name as the Facebook founder. He creates a business that sells "like us on Facebook" likes to businesses to up their rating, and he gets sued by Facebook for violating terms of service? Sounds like a troll to me.
Actually this sounds like what Sony did when they got caught buying air time for their musicians to purposefully get more play time than other musicians.
[citation][nom]steelbox[/nom]It won't be Facebook suing Mark Zuckerberg, it will be CEO Mark Zuckerberg suing BSI (blatant stupid idiot) Mark Zuckerberg of Israel since this is identity theft.[/citation]
it is not identity theft if you assume someone else's name - if that were the case then there would not be about a billion people called John Smith in the world
what this Zuckerberg has done is gain a little fame by it - and personally its hardly a bad thing he has done, but then companies like Facebook et al have no sense of humour