Ten Reasons You Will Never Quit Facebook, but Five Reasons You Should
May 10, 2010 18 Comments
by Kamran Abdi
Over 400 million of us are on the social networking site, Facebook with a mixed feeling about the hell we are doing on it. I hope the list below helps you to make up your mind whether to spend anymore of your time on the site or quitting it for good.
4. Without Facebook what are you going to do when you don’t have a friend’s email address or phone number? Facebook messaging blows. But at least you know you can reach anybody who has a Facebook account.
10. You’ve never quit before. Remember News Feed? Beacon? You didn’t quit then and won’t now, either. Not even if you want to.
1. Facebook’s Terms Of Service are completely one-sided.
According to the new survey by the Business Software Alliance (BSA), approximately one in five respondents said they were unaware of whether their data was being held “in the cloud,” and 60% said they did not know what “in the cloud” even meant. When asked who’s responsibility it was to secure that data, opinions were split between businesses, the government and individuals.
As more information is stored in the cloud, coordination between the public and private sectors is more important than ever to protect personal and corporate data. What this survey tells us is that there is a lag in the general public’s understanding of the emerging cloud environment and how it impacts their data — and a lack of consensus on who is responsible for securing the cloud.
So, will you consider quitting facebook or continue sharing your life with the world?