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3 Big Facebook Policy Changes

Facebook updates more policies, which impact advertising, tagging, and teens. Here's what you need to know.
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samicksha
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samicksha,
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11/22/2013 | 2:38:08 AM
Re: Facebook Stumbles
Ooops, i just tried putting my concern, i understand that it was your personal view, i agree you completely here, moreover i guess lapse here is we do tend to hate change sometimes..people have been using FB since long time and switching to G+, searching for freinds again can create lot of work for them.
emarkley852
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emarkley852,
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11/19/2013 | 10:50:56 AM
Correction to article
Correct Way to change your settings for social media --- what you've listed is going to prevent you from seeing ads. To prevent others from seeing the pairing - you need to click on ADs and Facebook - Edit - and then change drop down box next to Pair my social actions with: and select NO ONE.
Ariella
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Ariella,
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11/19/2013 | 9:30:32 AM
Re: Facebook Stumbles
@samricksha I don't know why you should say you're skeptical. I didn't say it was the best network, only that it's my own favorite. As for the popularity, you just can't beat the headstart that FB had in gaining so many users. Also G+ may have heard in first aiming for the appearnce of exclusivity in making it open only for those with invitations. That the first people there were more tech types also contributed to a certain image that some of the FB fans don't care for, considering it more boring and geeky. However, some of us find the small talk type of exchanges on FB rather boring and prefer the more thoughtful discussions to be found on G+. That is not to say that everyone is using it that way. Unfortunately, some people have started posting their selfies, animal pictures, and numerous mindless gifs. But that's what you have to deal with when you are open to all people. 
samicksha
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samicksha,
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11/19/2013 | 3:29:04 AM
Re: Facebook Stumbles
@Ariella, I am little skeptical about your comment, every end user seek for easy operative site or work, this is one reason FB takes over G+, if you compare site map of two, navigation is much easy with FB, but yes one thing i would like put here is, at G+ you will find 70% of matured people beacause for teens FB is still hot and favorite.
Ariella
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Ariella,
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11/18/2013 | 9:35:05 PM
Re: Facebook Stumbles
@OtherJim

Hey, don't knock Google+! It's still my favorite social network. I get a lot more engagement there than I do on FB. I only stay on FB b/c the people who are used to it there are generally to lazy to really get invovled in G+. That's not to say that I'm sure it will dominate in the future, but I do like the more thoughtful -- less what I'm eating for dinner -- type posts that most people share there. 
Ariella
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Ariella,
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11/18/2013 | 9:32:33 PM
Re: Facebook Stumbles
@Kristin that's all true, though I think that some of it depends on the individual's own inclination. I don't share personal information or even family pictures online. The only pictures I post are of places -- not of particular people.  But many people do the equivalent of pulling out all their snapshots online (it reminds me of one of the "I Love Lucy" episodes in which Ricky wanted to be the first to draw -- that is pull out his pictures of the kid before a rival dad).  
Tom Murphy
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Tom Murphy,
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11/18/2013 | 4:14:31 PM
Re: Facebook Stumbles
A good deal of this is related to generational change.  The boomers, the children of WWII vets, valued privacy and feared Big Brother. Gen X/Y drifted back the other way, leaving behind fears of the German intelligence agencies. Now we see teens shunning Facebook after seeing how it consumed elder siblings.  The pendulum is swinging again, and I suspect we'll see the next great experiment in social media before long -- ask your kids what it will be.
Kristin Burnham
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Kristin Burnham,
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11/18/2013 | 3:00:42 PM
Re: Facebook Stumbles
A source I interviewed for another story made a really great point. He said, "We don't lose the desire to have privacy. We change the value proposition of what it is. The more we share online and the more people react to it, the safer you think it is to continue sharing." That's exactly what Facebook wants to happen: The more comfortable people are with sharing, the more they share, and the more they profit.
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Michael Endler,
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11/18/2013 | 1:44:06 PM
Re: Facebook Stumbles
It's a great point, Jim. Does anyone think Facebook will succeed with its current strategies? Seems like most of the sentiment here is that they're not in a great spot.
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nwodecki,
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11/18/2013 | 1:22:17 PM
leaving facebook
yesterday's NYT's wrote an article on how people are leaving facebook for other, more preferred social media apps/sites. wonder how long until facebook goes the way of friendster and myspace. my opinion, sooner than later. 

NYT article:

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/18/technology/facebook-strives-to-keep-its-cachet.html?_r=0

 
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