How it will end the Facebook story ?
Since the year 2004 when Mark Zuckerberg has developed one of the most popular apps these days Facebook,wecansaythatourliveshavechangedcompletely.Hehasdevelopedthisappfor the internal communication between students in the Harvard University, but very soon this app become popular on almost every University in the US, and after that all over the world. At the year 2007. Facebook is experiencing its expansion and people all over the world start to use Facebook for daily communication between itselfs. Now at the year 2018. Facebook has 750 million of users all over the world. We can say that Facebook is some kindofdiarytohisusers, that is a place where you can express yourself on the way you want, you can write on thestatus everything that you want,youcanstayincontactwithyourfriendfromanotherpartoftheworld, you can post the photos of your familyandfriends,andoneofthemostimportantthingsyoucan promote your business there so everyone can see it. Do you know that millennials haveonerule “If you didn’t posted on Facebook ithasneverhappened”Thismeansthattheyarepostingevery second of their lives on the web,onFacebookandontheInstagram?Nowontheprofilesofyour friends, you can seephotosfromtheparties,youcansaythatyouknowexactlywhattheyhadfor a lunch today, because they will post a photo of the food, you can know is your last boyfriend alone, or maybe he is married and has a child already, you can bethepartofeveryonelifewhen you are on Facebook. The main reason why this social media exist is that you can connect at every moment with your friends all over the world.Unfortunatelythissocialmediaissometimes subject ofmanynegativeconnotations.Herearepeoplewhoabusethisnetworkandwhoresortto some unlawful actions with the help of the same, one have just happened stelling the personal data from users of this social media page. Because of this now is abigquestionwhatwillbethe future of Facebook, or better say, is there any future for this social media page. European Parliament President Antonio Tajani said the European Union will launch an investigation against Facebook after the data processing company that worked for US President Donald Tramp’s pre-election headquarters came to millions of social network users. According to the New York Times, Cambridge Analytica (London based Cambridge Analytica) came to the data of 50 million Facebook users without their permission to make psychological profiles to potential voters could be affected by targeted advertising and reports. Tajani said at Twitter that “allegations of abuse of user data by Facebook were an unacceptable violation” of the right to privacy of citizens.