Christmas time is here and the world around is so beautiful! Snow falls down and Santa Clause is waiting for the proper time to come. These days millions of people all over the world feel like children: they believe in fairy tales, leave glasses of warm milk on windowsills and decorate homes with Christmas trees.
The whole Internet has become like the one big family in SOPA protesting. Google, Reddit, Wikipedia, Flickr and other social gigants remonstrate against Stop Online Pirace Act! Twitter generates more than 2.4 million tweets to fight the bill. And it’s only the beginning! To support the riot, Facebook also makes its contribution to this war.
The Internet has become a transparent place. Social networks contain unique information and private data about almost all active Internet users or simply about every person who even once has registered any kind of online profile in the Web. Source: csrandthelaw.com Facebook is the main place where you can look through the user’s profile and
Facebook has entirely penetrated not only in our online life, but also in our daily offline existence. People get used to the engaging and fully absorbing online network that don’t even imagine a day without it. Moreover, they transfer Facebook accessories to their rooms and houses, decorate clothes with pretty Facebook logo and a well-known
The stir around two giant social networks Google+ and Facebook is a good promotion for both of them.. A huge number of blogs, online magazines and newspapers compare these going head to head titans and predict there will be only one survivor in this severe online war. Some of them assert that the winner will