Facebook launched in 2004 to address one simple question: Is that person single? The answer was no, unfortunately, but the site has continued to grow anyway over the last dozen years, evolving from a safe and friendly A/S/L confirmation site to a one-stop platform catering to millennials and grandmas, businesses and political organizations, artists, live streamers, news sites, and whatever Upworthy is doing now. But in trying to be all things to all one billion people on the platform, it started to lose focus. Now with everyone using the site together but for very different reasons, here’s a list of things we should all agree to never do on Facebook.
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