It seems that every time Facebook makes some sort of change to their website, there's a huge backlash from the public. This time, the change involves the company's E-mail service...wait, Facebook has an E-mail service?
Facebook is not for kids. At least, it's not supposed to be under the site current rules. But with the large number of preteens and kids logging on and lying about their age to use the site, it looks like Facebook may be starting to cave in.
Social media is a perfect example of freedom of speech. Anyone can post anything they like, regardless of what other people may think of it. But if someone forces you to post something on Facebook, is that a violation of free speech?
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