Facebook, initially created by Mark Zuckerberg in 2004, has grown into a robust social networking platform with over 3 billion monthly users in 2023.

The platform's "feed" algorithm identifies photos, comments, or other posts that capture users' attention, enabling profitable advertisements based on user data.

 Facebook's business model, which uses personal data for content creation and personalized advertisements, has led to numerous complaints and financial penalties.

Facebook, a social network for aging individuals, has been criticized for prioritizing financial gain over user safety and welfare.

Despite these challenges, Facebook has consistently expanded, allocating resources towards advancements like artificial intelligence and virtual reality.

The company rebranded its parent company as "Meta" in late 2021, citing Zuckerberg's belief that the "metaverse" will emerge as the next significant computing platform.

Facebook's "groups" and marketplace functionalities have resonated with users, facilitating connections both in the virtual and real world.

The company rebranded its parent company as "Meta" in late 2021, citing Zuckerberg's belief that the "metaverse" will emerge as the next significant computing platform.

Over 50% of Facebook users fall within the age range of 18 to 34 years old, but quantifying user engagement remains challenging.