They made it! On October 4, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg proudly announced that the site now boasts more than a billion members “liking,” “posting,” “commenting,” and “poking.” In 2007, there were 100,000 Facebook users in France. Today, there are more than 25 million. This exponential rise shows how Facebook has become a part of our daily lives. Now, someone without a Facebook account is like an outcast. It can even seem suspicious.
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