Article Review: Has Facebook Lost Its Mojo

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Second article review: Has Facebook lost its mojo?
The title for this article is started with a question,Has Facebook Lost Its Mojo?This is a interesting topic to disscuss.For your information,Facebook is a social network service which was founded by Mark Zuckerberg in February 2004. This is the most commonly used website with over 600million active users according to the report given in January 2011. But,according to the author, kashminder Sigh,nowadays the user numbers of this famous social networking is dropping in mature markets.I agree with the opinion because the researh is clearly show that more people especially in Asian countries have no interest with Facebook site anymore.In this case,there are various reasons why people are dropping out this social network. First and formost,the main factor that occurs Facebook popularity among us is nowadays people really feel that ‘facebooking’ is something boring and there is no privacy.Instead of the new social networks like Pinterest and linkedIn that have more privacy and joyfull.For your information,today everybody at any stage of age can register and log on to facebook.Teenagers especially do not like this situation when they post somethings and the parent suddenly comments and write an advices on the post.This is something uncomfortable situation. Furthermore,in my opinion facebook become more uninteresting because there are many threats of viruses in’s filled with thousands of daily users from around the globe and there is no surprise if you discover a number of viruses storming through most of the pages.Everybody that using this site believe that Facebook involves several hackers who actually steal other peoples account.Regular Facebook users can tell you how they notice suspicious activity occurring while they are not logged in. The reason how this occurs is because hackers cleverly send viruses to hundreds of members and succeed in stealing their own data. These hackers...