The facebook has been facing a lot of controversial situations over the past one year. However, in a new issue, one New York citizen has filed a lawsuit claiming of owning around 84 percent of this particular social networking company.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation and MoveOn.org, two non-profitable groups released a series of splashy messages this Friday in order to protest against the new changes made by the famous networking site, Facebook. The Electronic Frontier Foundation has published a timeline of Facebook’s privacy laws over the last few years. Also, on the other hand the liberal activist group MoveOn.org launched their own series of campaigns against Facebook. Although the two groups have strategies that are a bit different, Facebook began as a result of users wanting to have a place to interact with other people. Regardless of whether it gets in the way or not, Facebook users should not be allowed to get away with altering of data components. Facebook did quickly become a different sort of platform where you now had no choice but to allow certain private information to be public.
In the world of web searches, search providers such as Yahoo and Google are the two most famous ones. With the capability of these search engines, it’s no wonder that they are also made the homepage of internet users be it at home or in the internet cafes all over the world. However, an emerging power tank seems to be getting some attention in the world of searching and that is the Facebook!
Facebook is famous not only for its personal pages on your profile but also with the different groups and fan pages that were established in the said networking site. It also serves as an avenue for self expression and coalition of different ideas. But with the said recent shutting down of Boycott BP Facebook fan page (which was eventually returned after some time), does this mean that Facebook is now having bias over certain interests and group ideas?