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. From basic information Facebook is trying to enter in the China Market to gain more users.

This will also aim to support the hypothesis of Facebook entering the market successfully by conforming to Chinas laws and regulations or changing the face of Chinas Market altogether. Executive Summary One of the world's largest internet markets could be out of reach of Facebook because of the Chinese government's strict censorship policies and tight regulation on internet use for Facebook and other social networking sites. The China market, which already has popular home social networking sites; dont want to open its market for Facebook to enter. Gossip on Facebook entering the Chinese market started in late 2010 when the company's CEO Mark Zuckerberg visited several major IT firms in the country. To enter the country's market Facebook would have to abide by China's censorship laws, which force sites to delete content critical of the government welfare if need it. Besides Facebook, some other Internet sites like YouTube, Twitter and MySpace are currently blocked in the country as well. In spite of being blocked in the country, Facebook still has successful story to tell. Recently, Facebook open their largest valuation to date for a newly listed public company in the information technology world. Also, Facebook bought several small companies to increase their revenue share and competitive edge in the social media market. All these great accomplishment that recently happen this year doesnt make China open their regulation policies. When determining should Facebook enter to China market, there are several key challenges they will seek. Facebook would face the same factors that have led to the failure of many foreign Internet companies in China such as: local competition, murky government...

The stage at the Facebook Saint Anselm College debates in 2008.

Facebook's role in the American political process was demonstrated in January 2008, shortly before the New Hampshire primary, when Facebook teamed up with ABC and Saint Anselm College to allow users to give live feedback about the "back to back" January 5 Republican and Democratic [307][308][309] debates. Charles Gibson moderated both debates, held at the Dana Center for the Humanities at Saint Anselm College. Facebook users took part in debate groups organized around specific topics, [310] register to vote, and message questions. ABCNews.com reported in 2012 that the Facebook fanbases of political candidates have relevance for the election campaign, including: Allows politicians and campaign organizers to understand the interests and demographics of their Facebook fanbases, to better target their voters. Provides a means for voters to keep up-to-date on candidates' activities, such as connecting to the candidates' Facebook Fan Pages.

Over a million people installed the Facebook application "US Politics on Facebook" in order to take part, and the application measured users' responses to specific comments made by the debating [311] candidates. This debate showed the broader community what many young students had already experienced: Facebook as a popular and powerful new way to interact and voice opinions. An article by Michelle Sullivan of Uwire.com illustrates how the "Facebook effect" has affected youth voting rates, support by youth of political candidates, and general involvement by the youth population in the 2008 [312] election.

In January 2011, Facebook played a major role in generating the first spark for the 2011 Egyptian [315][316] revolution. On January 14, the Facebook page of "We are all khaled Said" was started by Wael Ghoniem Create Event to invite the Egyptian people to "peaceful demonstrations" on January 25. As in Tunisia, Facebook become the primary tool for connecting all protesters, which lead the Egyptian government of Prime Minister Nazif to ban Facebook, Twitter and another websites on January [317] 26 then ban all mobile and Internet connections for all of Egypt at midnight January 28. After 18 days, the uprising forced President Mubarak to resign. In 2011, Facebook filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission to form a political action [318] committee under the name FB PAC. In an email to The Hill, a spokesman for Facebook said "FB PAC will give our employees a way to make their voice heard in the political process by supporting candidates who share our goals of promoting the value of innovation to our economy while giving people the power [319] to share and make the world more open and connected."

Internet.org Innovation Lab Facebook and fellow Internet.org member Ericsson announced the Internet.org Innovation Lab, an Ericsson-Facebook collaboration that will give developers the ability to test their apps in real world environments at Facebooks Menlo Park headquarters. Born from a recent Facebook/Ericsson-hosted Internet.org efficiency hackathon, the Internet.org Innovation Lab will simulate network conditions typically found in growth markets, giving developers an environment to test and optimize their applications for new customers across different regions. Read more about the Internet.org Innovation Lab here.

Understanding Barriers to Internet Access in India Unilever and Internet.org have joined forces to better understand and address the barriers to internet access for millions across rural India. Together, Unilever and Internet.org will conduct in-depth research to examine the challenges surrounding internet adoption in rural communities and will leverage this research to inform the

development of a series of on-the-ground projects

(It is true there are other social networks that could be used to socialize such as watsapp and viber but facebook is predominantly the most publically used one with more than 1 billion users)

. You can also say it empowers the people and makes it easier to organise social movements/protests (this form of organising protests is call horizontalisation, as there is no leader to it). You can evaluate this and flip it on its head and say maybe socially damaging movements can gain support too.

People can play games once in awile. Adv: Games can be intellectual where you use clever staregy to beat other people. It can be educational such as simulations of real-life situations. Moreover improved eye-hanf coordination for playing fasy action games and improved reaction times and quick thinking.

Example a knife can be used to cut vegeatables or kill a person. Should it be banned.?

Facebook is only an arena for bullying, like the school lunch hall or the playground. No one is trying to ban under-13s from those places." Joanna Moorhead said this in her debate with Jenni Russell.