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The emergence of the political impact of Facebook


The role of Facebook in the political process of the United States appeared in January 2008 just before the Introduction of New Hampshire, when Facebook with ABC and Saint Anselm College to allow users to work together to provide direct feedback about the debate between the Democratic Party and the Repbulik January 5.

Debate moderator Charles Gibson to be held at the Dana Center for the Humanities at Saint Anselm College. Facebook users took part in debate groups organized by specific topics, register to vote, and send the inquiry.

Over 1,000,000 people installed the application 'U.S. politics' in Facebook in order to participate, and this application is to measure the user response to certain comments raised by the candidates debate. This debate showed the community what has been experienced by teenagers today: Facebook is the new way is very popular and powerful to interact and voice opinions. Articles written in Uwire.com Michelle Sullivan illustrates how the "Facebook effect" has affected youth sound levels, supporting young political candidates, and general involvement of the adolescent population in the 2008 election.

In February 2008, a Facebook group called "One Million Voices Against FARC" held a ceremony attended by hundreds of thousands of people were protesting Colombian Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, known as FARC (from the stands for Spanish-speaking). In August 2010, one of North Korea's official government website, Uriminzokkiri, joined Facebook.

In 2010, a British public health director who led the staff to study syphilis, mempertautkan and blamed rising number of syphilis cases in British territory to Facebook. This research report has been criticized by Facebook as "ignoring the difference between correlation and causality."

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