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Transcript of FACEBOOK

Facebook is a social networking site that used throughout the world. This is a site where you can post a pictures or thoughts. You can be friends with with people that really far away from you and like their photos.
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Things you do and information you provide.
We collect the content and other information you provide when you use our Services, including when you sign up for an account, create or share, and message or communicate with others. This can include information in or about the content you provide, such as the location of a photo or the date a file was created. We also collect information about how you use our Services, such as the types of content you view or engage with or the frequency and duration of your activities. https://www.facebook.com/policy?_rdr
Eduardo Saverin, Chris Hughes, Dustin Moskovitz, Mark Zuckerberg, and Andrew McCollum

By: Harshpreet BAJWA and Nicole LAMP
You have to be 13 or older to have an account.

Privacy: Privacy is a major concern for most Facebook users, and it’s really important to understand the site’s privacy settings and set them accordingly. And even though a lot has been done to improve the site's security, it can still be confusing. As a result, hackers can have access to- and misuse- personal information.

Time consuming Facebook is a real time guzzler – your kid could be playing outdoors, doing homework or doing other more meaningful things.

Freedom of expression? Other kids (or even your own for that matter) on Facebook could misuse that freedom and post offensive or inappropriate content, which your kids will see! And this leads us to the next point:

Kids can be mean:cyberbullying can be a real problem. There are even some documented cases of kids who committed suicide after being bullied on social networks!
Things aren't always what they seem There are many fake Facebook accounts, information that is misrepresented – your child could be exposed to these.

It’s addictive! Besides all the social features there are games on Facebook that can be very addictive. Did anyone mention Farmville?

Whose image is it anyway? Once your child uploads an image to Facebook, it becomes public and anyone can download and misuse that image.

Its anti-social? For your kids online interaction could become a replacement for face-to-face meetings. This can hurt social development and isolate your kids.

It can hurt their future: kids can post regrettable information or photos that will be discovered by college admissions or potential employers in the future. Once information goes online, it never goes away.
It’s easy! Setting up a profile is a smooth process, and the relatively uncluttered UI of the site is easy to navigate and use. It’s free and all you need is an internet connection and any device that can connect to the internet, mobile phones included.

Beyond boundaries: Facebook transcends all physical boundaries, and lets your kids connect with far away friends and distant family. Your kids can easily be informed about what goes in the lives of people who are physically distant.

Your child decides who to share with. Your child can choose who they would like to share their status updates, photos or check-ins with.

A place to share thoughts, causes and ideas. Your child can interact with kids with similar interests and ideas across the globe. They can join groups and support fan pages, and find out what other kids are interested in.

Enhances social skills. Facebook allows kids to keep up with current friends and make new ones. When used in the right way, social media can increase a child’s self-esteem and help them feel less isolated, as if they belong to a group. Facebook also allows those who are shy or have trouble making friends to socialize more easily. And let’s face it – everybody’s on it….

It’s educational! A majority of tweens and teens use social networking to discuss school work and share discussions about school assignments. http://www.puresight.com/Useful-tools/the-pros-and-cons-of-facebook.html
Launched in February 2004, Facebook has recently announced that it has 1 billion active users worldwide1 (about 3 times the population of the United States!)
Although buried and eulogized many times over, Facebook’s popularity is still very much on the rise. Love it, hate it, there is absolutely no getting away from it. And it doesn’t look as if Facebook is going away in the near future. http://www.puresight.com/Useful-tools/the-pros-and-cons-of-facebook.html
It is blocked in North Korea and most of China.

There are more than 9,100 employees at Facebook, and it is headquartered in Menlo Park, California.

Facebook introduced words such as "friending" to the lexicon.

Facebook has more than 1.39 billion monthly active users around the world as of December 31, 2014.

The company also estimates that it has about 890 million daily active users.
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