People are Joining and Fleeing Facebook at the Same Time

We've all heard the astounding numbers from comScore of how Facebook attracted 87.7 million unique visitors in the US in July, but what is too often neglected is the small but noticeable size group of online users fleeing from Facebook. This post in the NY Times shows us a different side that we are not used to seeing from Facebook... the quitters.

Some of the reasons the post describes why people are leaving the famed social networking site is the fear of stalkers, how the site makes them "nosy", how the scene has turned desperate, and how some believe that their privacy has been compromised. Even though Facebook seems to be on top of its game now, it can not forget about all the above mentioned points, unless it plans to become a ghost town in the near future.


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