Facebook morphs into a clickhole, at the expense of personal sharing / Boing Boing

as Facebook profits from those companies by charging for “access” to their own followers — the amount of personal sharing on Facebook is dropping off sharply.Erin Griffith suggests that this may spell the historically overdue end of Facebook, which has thus far evaded the fate of all other social networks — either failing to break out into the mainstream, or going so mainstream that it ceases to have the feeling of a personal, friendly network.

Source: Facebook morphs into a clickhole, at the expense of personal sharing / Boing Boing

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