Many people spent this weekend mulling Facebookâ€˜s recent changes and, as usual, they did this in lots of places outside of Facebook.
Facebook users took to the blogosphere, Twitter and Facebook's arch nemesis Google Plus to work out the implications of the news. Among the top concerns: That "frictionless sharing" actually means spying by Facebook and sharing that info with your friends unwittingly, that the changes now mean that advertising on the platform will now revolve around actions rather than terms and the cool stuff you can now do with the new page design. And yes, of course there's already a "Hitler Reacts" video as well.
Above is a roundup of some of the most interesting comments on Facebook's changes. We want your comments, too. What do you think about them?
Author: / Posted: 26-09-2011