There is no full stop for the Facebook power as more and more users keep signing up to the social network to enjoy its irresistible delights like sharing their thoughts, posting comments on the photos of others, adding their photos and going behind fun and frolic. The Facebook junkies might dislike some of the features of the website and in this article we have listed out some of those features.
Deleted pictures still online
The photos that you have deleted on the social network thinking that you have got rid of the embarrassing ones still appear online even after many months and years. The website has also admitted that the system does not delete the images for some period of time. Read our article on Deleted photos remain accessible.
Mobile ads debut in March
The company is shifting itself from being a social enterprise to a machine that makes money to fund its future shareholders. It will start showing mobile advertisements in March. But still it is not clear if it will be on the mobile apps or on the website as well. Read our article on Facebook seeks mobile devices for revenue.
Timeline privacy issues
Facebook announced the Timeline feature for the profiles of its users sometime back but only one out of 10 users like the feature as they feel that it is confusing and cluttered. The other serious reason is the privacy concern that it brings. Read our article on Timeline creates privacy concerns.
People get sad
A study has concluded that the website makes the users sad by making them feel low about their own lives seeing the statuses and photos posted by their friends. The social network affects the mental health to a major extent and people having low self esteem will not fare well it. Read our article on Facebook makes users sad.
The addiction on social networking is more than that caused by alcohol and cigarettes, a new study has revealed. The desire on media is harder to resist as they are available highly and it also doesn't cost much. Even if a user wants to resist, it doesn't let them to. Read out article on Social media addiction.