When Facebook posts are shared and shared widely, it’s tempting to think we’re all using Facebook to spread our news.
But Facebook’s recent actions to block content sharing, as well as its new privacy policies, could be undermining our collective ability to share.
The problem is, that’s a problem for a very large number of people, many of whom are using Facebook.
In a report for TechCrunch, the Pew Research Center found that the number of Facebook users who use the social network is growing by almost 40 percent a year.
The researchers also found that these people are increasingly using Facebook for news, not for social networking.
To understand why, we need to look at the history of how Facebook has managed the distribution of news and how that has changed over time.
Today, Facebook is one of the most widely used social networks in the world, with more than 50 billion users around the world.
That’s a lot of people.
But back in 1996, Facebook was still a new technology, and it was still in its infancy.
Facebook users were still limited to sharing their own posts with friends and family members.
For the first time, Facebook users could share content to a wide audience in real time.
In that sense, it was a very different world.
But the evolution of the technology allowed Facebook to reach new audiences and reach them with more and more people.
By the mid-2000s, the company was producing billions of news stories every day.
And by 2015, it had grown to more than 140 billion monthly active users.
Facebook was already well-known for its high-quality journalism.
But when news sites began publishing stories based on content shared by Facebook users, Facebook saw a huge opportunity to reach its audience of people who were far from the news cycle.
Facebook had been the perfect platform for news sites to create and share news that people wanted to share with their friends and families.
But now that it was taking its news content to audiences that were far away from the traditional news cycle, Facebook had a major problem.
News publishers weren’t interested in sharing their content with people they didn’t know.
Facebook also wasn’t interested if the people sharing content shared their news content with friends.
The company wanted to reach everyone with its news, so it had to make sure the people who shared their content had the same rights to it as its users.
For this reason, Facebook created a new policy, which it implemented in July of 2011.
That policy allowed Facebook users to share news content, but it also required that people share content that Facebook had determined was newsworthy.
The policy also allowed people to post their own news content on Facebook, but Facebook was prohibited from making money from that content.
These restrictions helped Facebook become the world’s most popular news-sharing site.
But they also led to a huge problem.
The new policy restricted people’s ability to publish content that their friends shared on Facebook.
For many people, this was a huge challenge.
As a result, Facebook has created a series of rules for how news sites can share content on the site.
These rules restrict the number and types of people that can post their content, the type of content that they can post, and the location of the site that posts their content.
To some extent, these rules have already led to some changes in the way people share news.
For example, in February, Facebook announced that it would no longer require news publishers to disclose that their content is paid for by the publisher.
But in April, Facebook also removed the ability for publishers to link to the news content they post on Facebook without having to explicitly request that they be linked to.
In June, Facebook finally changed its policy to allow publishers to pay for their content on their site.
Now, a company called news publishers can pay for a news post to appear on Facebook if the publisher has the content that is featured in the post.
These changes are important for news publishers because they allow them to share their content without having the money flow to Facebook.
But there are also problems with these new rules.
First, news publishers still can’t share content without the consent of their readers.
This rule has been in place since 2007, when Facebook first began allowing people to link news stories to posts on their sites.
But since then, many news publishers have tried to remove or alter their links to their articles on Facebook in order to avoid the need to pay publishers to post those links.
News sites have also attempted to circumvent the new rules by creating new categories of content.
News writers are now allowed to publish news stories about “food, fashion, foodie, and home,” for example.
This category of content is technically not news