What happened? Given the tough weeks that Facebook has been through, the company can certainly use good PR, so quite the opposite: it turns out that this social network has permanently banned the creator of a tool that likely won't make all social networking any less addictive and depressing. .
Lewis Barclay, creator of the “Follow Everything” plugin, which allows users to delete all their friends, groups, and Pages at the same time (not individually) — wrote that his app was welcomed by Facebook.
Untracking basically everything gets rid of all your news, which has been highlighted as an addictive factor in keeping people on the service. In an article for Slate, Barkley wrote, "I still feel like I'm following everything for the first time. It was almost a miracle. I didn't lose anything because I could still make friends and groups." Referring to them directly.” “But I gained tremendous control. I no longer tend to throw away an endless amount of content. My time on Facebook has decreased dramatically. Overnight, my addiction to Facebook became manageable.” Facebook responded by sending a message to Barclay asking him to stop legal action. He claimed he violated the site’s terms of service with software that automates user interactions. The company then “deactivated my Facebook and Instagram accounts.” permanently” and “asked me to agree to never create a tool to connect to Facebook or any of its other services.”
Barclay notes that Neuchatt Tel University in Switzerland uses its software to study the impact of news on Facebook’s time and happiness. platform users, which may be the reason for the company's removal.Explain.
Facebook has been the worst in the past few weeks since the Cambridge Analytica scandal rocked in 2018. It started with leaked internal studies showing that the social network knows how bad Instagram is for mental health. for teenage girls. Mark Zuckerberg was then forced to deny his allegations to Donald Trump that Facebook had not investigated politicians in exchange for less stringent regulations. He is also dealing with the FTC case, one of the worst upheavals the site has seen in years, and a whistleblower who is accused of Tell US senators that Facebook prioritizes making money over doing things that benefit the public, which most of us do. We already knew. Stubborn Credit: Alex Haney
Forbidden Facebook sends stop letter to developer of Follow Everything . app