In their tests from multiple accounts, it appeared to be the case that users only get this message if they’re not one of Zuck’s 16 million followers. That, however, could still be coincidental.
Thankfully, the Wall Street Journal had mustered an explanation from Facebook. It appears that the site is concerned about the amount of spam that wafts about its pages. Especially the amount of spam directed at those who have vast and emotional numbers of subscribers.
Facebook is also experimenting with allowing only one message per week to be sent to these immensely popular people whose Facebook pages are probably manned by flunkies, rather than the deities themselves.
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