Facdebook: How It Changed Social Society

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Facebook is probably one of the largest social networking websites in the

worl. It allows for us to connect with old friends, family, and even allows us to

meet new friends from anywhere in the world. Facebook has changed our social

society very dramaticly, and it will continue to get bigger as we move on into the

future.. How has Facebook changed our society? What is so fascinateing about

this one single website?

Back in the earlier days before the development of the internet, americas

social society was very different. Friends would have to make plans, where to

meet up what time, they had to stick to the plan. They couldnt jump on the

computer go to their friends profile and say, hey im gona be 30 minutes late.

Often if a friend, or family member would move out of town they would have to

write letters back and forth to each other. Sometimes friends would lose touch

and be forgotten about, they would'nt have the chance to reunite online and see

pictures of each other and their families.

For a teenager Facebook may just be a fad, or they may just have one so

they can be in the "click". But for adults and older people it is a chance for them

to find their long lost childhood friends, or that boy or girl they went to prom with

in high school. It allows for some parents and grandparents to see their kids or

even grand kids they may live on the other side of the country. We can chat,

view pictures videos see what each other are up to lately, and so much more.

Facebook may be graet for our social lifes, but there is always trouble with these

kinds of things.

Facebook has opened up alot of opourtuneties for americans. But it has

also been used for wrong things as well, such as stalking, and hacking.

Facebook has been a big problem with stalking people, but now facebook users

are able to have privacy settings to keep out the stalkers and people that they

dont want...
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