Description of Facebook
Facebook is the easiest and most popular social networking tool and appears through a website, and this application is an extensive social network managed by a joint-stock company (Facebook).
Facebook users can share messages, upload photos and posts, and add people worldwide, not just their friends who are around their city.
They can add their CV, update their profile and information, add the school and university's name and university they have enrolled to, and communicate with faculty with ease.
Facebook provides the user with the opportunity to join one of the most reliable networks of the employer, school, or region of the user, and easy access to and communicates with their official pages.
Allows the user to add a profile that includes photos, videos, personal interests, exchange private messages between himself and the public, join groups of friends and view evidence limited to users of the same social network and some other specific exceptions.
The application has caused a stir, and its use has been banned in many countries in recent times, such as in Iran and Syria, to keep employee's time and not waste too much use of the site.
There is much criticism of privacy policies, a problem for Facebook users. The site faces numerous lawsuits from Mark Zuckerberg's old friends claiming to have stolen their main code and other intellectual property.
Facebook offers all these services for free and receives profits through Microsoft logo ads, which is facebook's only partner to provide logo advertising services; facebook shows advertisements that contain a list of ads belonging to Microsoft only.
Facebook is the most popular social networking site, as evidenced by the number of new users flocking.