On Tuesday night, cops temporarily locked down Facebook's 157-acre campus due to a threat they received. While it was later declared unsubstantiated and 'non-credible,' Re/Code said it was the 'first significant scare' on Facebook's campus.
San Francisco police received a threat to the $179-billion company's Disneyland-inspired campus at around 7 pm Pacific Time, but Menlo Park officer Dave Bertini claimed the campus was safe and employees were able to go home by 8:30.
The motiviation for the threat is unknown, but Re/Code has reported increased backlash against gentrification in the area. -- Max Weinstein