Gizmodo, a tech blog site have recently published an article on their site “We’ll Pay You for Photos of Mark Zuckerberg” and this article shows that, If someone will able to capture the Facebook’s Founder pic and send to Gizmodo authority then the person will get around $20 from Gizmodo.
That’s not enough, Gizmodo pointed out many statement of Zuckerberg on their privacy related thing and here is one of them statement “Two years ago, Mark Zuckerberg told startup publicist Mike Arrington that “people have really gotten comfortable not only sharing more information and different kinds, but more openly and with more people. That social norm is just something that has evolved over time.”
Facebook has evolved over time too. No longer privately held, it is itself a public company, with a public CEO. We think it’s time he evolves along with his company. In short, it’s time for Mark to go public too.
Gizmodo said that We’re going to pay for photos and videos of Mark Zuckerberg taken between now and Labor Day. Snap a photo or shoot some video of Mark. At a bar, after a conference, on the street. Totally great. We want pictures of him that he isn’t expecting to have made. If we run it, we’ll send you a cool $20.
Here is few rules made by Gizmodo on taking the snapshot of Mark Zuckerberg:
1. Photos and videos must be new. We don’t care what happened when Facebook was a privately held company.
2. Photos must have EXIF data intact – we want to be able to verify when and where it was taken.
3. The subject of the photo must obviously be Mark Zuckerberg. If we have to argue over whether or not it’s him, sorry, but that won’t cut it.
4. Photos taken at conferences or other settings where he has previously announced his attendance don’t count.
5. You must own or have been given the rights to the photos that you send to us.
6. You must not invade someone’s privacy or break any laws to obtain the photos (i.e. don’t use a telephoto lens in the bushes or from trees or trespass on someone’s property).
7. Email your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org