Facebook führt Dislike-Funktion ein

Nachdem sich zahllose Nutzer immer wieder über geschmacklose Posts beschwert hatten, reagiert das soziale Netzwerk nun auf die Reaktionen der Nutzer insbesondere auf eine Seite. Und zwar hatten sich besonders rund um die Seite des deutschen Gossenblatts BILD die Kritiken gehäuft. Facebook hofft mit der neuen Funktion die Qualität seiner Beiträge erhöhen. “In der letzten …

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Sold by facebook? Look at this. This is what you get for options to harass a person who “has protected their privacy” on facebook.

There is one, in the middle – the obvious:
TEXT HER THRU THE MESSAGING APP for only 0,89 €. – Okay!

Look at the more advanced stalking options:

– you can be super creepy by SUGGESTING FRIENDS TO HER – can be random people (bonus feature!).

– you can be super-duper creepy by ADDING HER FRIENDS

And along those lines:
http://m.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2014/10/the-unsafety-net-how-social-media-turned-against-women/381261/

A stronger stand for personal safety on the web needed by the market leader/opinion maker? Or will facebook shareholders vote against such move?

What about the green revolution?

If it’s true that Twitter and Facebook were the hide-outs and places to plan and organize the core of the resistance last year what’s going on with the traffic to those pages now? Now, rates are stalling on a very low level after Iranian authorities banned Twitter and Facebook about a year ago in an effort to shut down what could have been a revolution.

Traffic rates for both websites dropped to around 10 percent of the peak numbers from June/Juli 2009 which accounts for the few users who visit the pages on detours.

What’s next?

“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable.” (JFK)