Facebook and Instagram creator is making headlines again following the latest reports. Check out the latest details about the package that detonated not too long ago at Northeastern University.
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A package that detonated Tuesday night at Northeastern University contained a note criticizing virtual reality and Facebook cofounder Mark Zuckerberg. This is what important sources confirmed to NBC Boston.
NBC News notes that the package was delivered shortly after 7 p.m. to Holmes Hall on the Boston campus and detonated when a 45-year-old staff member opened what two senior law enforcement officials described to NBC News as a protective Pelican case. Just in case you don’t know, Pelican is a brand of gear used to safely store cameras, guns, and other items.
It’s also important to note the fact that some reliable sources told NBC Boston the note found with package referred to virtual reality and Zuckerberg, the Facebook co-founder and Meta CEO.
As you probably know by now, the company has made a major push into the virtual reality version of the internet, known as the metaverse.
The same notes also revealed the fact that the staff member who opened the package, who has not been identified, was hospitalized with minor hand injuries, Boston Police Superintendent Felipe Colon said.
“The hall was evacuated and evening classes in nearby buildings were canceled Tuesday night. As of Wednesday morning, the campus was deemed to be “safe and secure” with classes and campus activities resuming.”
This is what the school said in a statement. Make sure to check out more details about the matter in the official statement.
Not too long ago, we were revealing that the famous comedian, podcaster, actor, and former television presenter Joe Rogan interviewed Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg during the Joe Rogan Experience podcast. Check out more details in the previous article that we posted.