The debate "Facebook changed the world" was started by
August 6, 2014, 6:16 pm.
76 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 29 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
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I used to use Facebook a lot to do a lot. It connected me to many people. I've been using the internet socially since I was 11, but social media changed every social dynamic I was familiar with. It made my parents more in touch with the younger generation because they share the same media constantly. It changed the behavior of all my friends. I've been connected real-time to events I would otherwise have had access to by news, and by watching it unfiltered in real time I noticed things which were never reported on, but which were otherwise important. I cannot see how social media, and especially Facebook, hasn't changed the world.
in no way shape or form has facebook changed the world. its a mere social media site
They employ 6,337 people and in a few years they will employ over 50,000 people, mostly investigating all those stupid users posting "I have cocaine for sale" on Facebook.
All the governments in the world are going to pay them the same amount of money that they are currently paying to snitches. The only exception is this snitch is going to make billions of dollars each year.