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Rachel Kanigan, Andrea Munyan, Nicole Rovi
1.   History2.   Facebook as an     emerging technology3.   Competitors4.   Privacy     concerns/issues5.   Discussion
   Social networking site   Launched February 2004   Initially limited to Harvard students     Spread to Ivy League, S...
   Facebooks    mission is to    give people the    power to share    and make the    world more    open and    connected.
   Mark Zuckerberg   College    roommates/fellow    students     Eduardo Saverin      (business aspects)     Dustin Mo...
Facebook Mobile, Job Recruiting, Company Marketing Strategies, IPO
 Content Syndication: submitting  articles, press releases, RSS  feeds, through social search  engines and news aggregato...
 February 1, 2012: announced their $5 billion IPO
MySpace, LinkedIn, , Twitter, Google+
Site   Launch Date   Registered Users       RevenuesGoogle+                  2011       100,000,000        UnknownTwitter ...
•Who actually reads thePrivacy Policy during sign up?•Age Restriction• Gives Facebook permissionto give outside sources yo...
•Registration Information•Information you Chooseto Share•Information Others ShareAbout You•Other Information
1. All friends can see your activity2.People are able to go back into your history3. Facebook can track what you are doing...
•Cyber-Bullying: aggressiontoward someone, similar totraditional bullying, but doneonline•Facebook Murder•Tagging Software
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Facebook presentation

  1. 1. Rachel Kanigan, Andrea Munyan, Nicole Rovi
  2. 2. 1. History2. Facebook as an emerging technology3. Competitors4. Privacy concerns/issues5. Discussion
  3. 3.  Social networking site Launched February 2004 Initially limited to Harvard students  Spread to Ivy League, Stanford, and Boston area colleges  All college students  High school students  Anyone aged 13 and over
  4. 4.  Facebooks mission is to give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected.
  5. 5.  Mark Zuckerberg College roommates/fellow students  Eduardo Saverin (business aspects)  Dustin Moskovitz (programmer)  Chris Hughes (graphic artist)
  6. 6. Facebook Mobile, Job Recruiting, Company Marketing Strategies, IPO
  7. 7.  Content Syndication: submitting articles, press releases, RSS feeds, through social search engines and news aggregators Social Ads: integrated alerts through feeds to target users by characteristics, such ad age, gender, location and interest Social Network Pages: create a profile or group to represent a business, brand, or product. May be customized to leverage the viral strengths of Social Networks
  8. 8.  February 1, 2012: announced their $5 billion IPO
  9. 9. MySpace, LinkedIn, , Twitter, Google+
  10. 10. Site Launch Date Registered Users RevenuesGoogle+ 2011 100,000,000 UnknownTwitter 2006 300,000,000 $140,000,000Facebook 2004 845,000,000 $3,710,000,000MySpace 2003 30,000,000 $109,000,000LinkedIn 2003 135,000,000 $243,000,000
  11. 11. •Who actually reads thePrivacy Policy during sign up?•Age Restriction• Gives Facebook permissionto give outside sources yourinformation•Option to hide information
  12. 12. •Registration Information•Information you Chooseto Share•Information Others ShareAbout You•Other Information
  13. 13. 1. All friends can see your activity2.People are able to go back into your history3. Facebook can track what you are doing when you are logged out4.Publicly shares your friend list5.Who really has access to what youare posting?6. Ability to connect Facebook toother sites
  14. 14. •Cyber-Bullying: aggressiontoward someone, similar totraditional bullying, but doneonline•Facebook Murder•Tagging Software

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