UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — The message of receiving new Facebook users, Aug. 7, has changed to “easy and simple,” prompting many users to speculate about the fate of free service in the future.
Although Facebook’s audience and users have come to realize that the world’s most popular social networking site is no longer a free service, following the scandals it has inflicted on leaking information about its users to advertising companies, and what they see at every moment of the hunt for them.
But charging for the service, which is used by more than two billion users around the world, will undoubtedly confuse many accounts, and may prompt some to stop the service.
The message for new users has been for more than a decade “free and always will be,” in an attempt to reassure users, following widespread messages in 2009, that the site plans to charge if the next message is not published.
A Facebook spokesman said the site would remain free and there were no plans to charge users. Between January and April, the site made more than $ 15 billion in profits and has about 1.59 billion users on a daily basis, according to the latest statistics.
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