Sharing photos is one of the primary reasons we use Facebook. Posting these photos – most especially when they include other people or don’t belong to you – comes with legal and ethical responsibilities that should be taken into consideration.
Facebook is rapidly changing its landscape by introducing new features and slowly rolling them out to users. From unfollowing friends who constantly post their daily routines on Facebook to prioritizing the friends you like the most and controlling the sponsored ads you see, there is so much you can do to achieve greater control over what appears in your News Feed.
Following a cloud of controversy sparked by a wave of reports about how different companies partnered with Facebook to access data, many people have started to question what sort of information Facebook collects about its users and why.
Instagram is a great platform that allows you to connect and express yourself through photos. With their addition of stories feature, you’re able to give your followers a glimpse into your day without overwhelming their Instagram feed.
In the recent months, Facebook has allowed businesses to start advertising through the messenger platform. It was hard for most people to adjust to the separate messenger application, but now throwing ads into the mix has started to overwhelm some users.
Social media presents a great opportunity for teens to connect with friends and family members. At the same time, they can reach out to mentors or people who share their interests and passions.