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  2. About Facebook

    Facebook is a social networking website that launched on February 4 2004. The website is free to use and allows users to join one or more networks, such as a school, place of employment, or geographic region in order to easily connect with other people in the same network. The name of the website refers to the paper facebooks that depict members of a campus community that some American colleges and preparatory schools give to incoming students, faculty, and staff as a way to get to know other people on campus.

    Mark Zuckerberg founded Facebook while still a student at Harvard University. Website membership was initially limited to only Harvard students, but was later expanded to include any university student, then later to high school students, and finally, to anyone aged 13 and over.

    The website has more than 64 million active users worldwide. From September 2006 to September 2007, the website's ranking among all websites, in terms of traffic, increased from 60th to 7th, according to Alexa. It is also the most popular website for uploading photos, with 14 million uploaded daily. Due to the website's popularity, Facebook has met with a certain amount of criticism and controversy in its short lifespan because of privacy concerns, the politics of its founders, and censorship issues.

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    1. If you're in the U.K. or Germany or Denmark and you go to do something on your Facebook account, more than likely those pictures are going to be mapped to that Luleå Facebook data center.
      In The Power Behind Our Connected Planet
    2. This will be the first Facebook data center powered primarily by renewable power, primarily hydro.
      In face book's gone renewable - but not because of greenpeace - by Peter Judge
    3. Those were revelations about US government surveillance practices; a change in the way data is shared. The case that was brought before the ECJ was based on Facebook. That's what put this issue in the spotlight.
      In EU-US Privacy Shield and its Impact on Small and Mid-Sized Hosting Providers