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    • I frankly would cherish facebook disappearing, even though I never really used it to post anything. Socializing online can lead to amazing, great interactions, but also toxic ones, and always will, if not curtailed. But the sad part is - we could curtail online toxic groups, yet that won't change the way those people think and congregate, they'll just find different avenues. From surveillance perspective it's likely better to keep this contained. The real not so funny plot is how making money out of this mess relates to and shapes the spreading "culture".

      Their entire business model is based on lying. From that mission statement with cheesy cult-like "read between the lines" aim to empower people to "connect", so conveniently leaving out how investors are supposed to actually make money out of it.