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  1. Introduction
  2. Discussion
  3. Difference between Facebook and the other social networking services
  4. The need to use and understand the development of social networking
  5. Drawbacks of making too many friends in Facebook
  6. Conclusion and Recommendations

The report is about Facebook as one of the major social networking software.The purpose of the report is to describe the effects of the use of Facebook globally mainly concentrating on the communication aspect as demonstrated by Facebook that it is now used a major communication tool. The effects of Facebook both positive and negative have been analysed in discussed in details.
There has been a tremendous growth of Facebook users over the past five years. Many people now have access to Facebook, and they are using it as a communication tool and also to interact from different locations around the globe.Some of the uses of Facebook have been explained in this report in details.

The report also explains the different social networking websites. The report then compares their functionalities with those of Facebook. Also, the differences between the different social networking websites and Facebook are identified and stated against each of the social networking website. The report further explains the context in which the social networks operate and the kind of users who make use of them.

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