Very bad direction with their ads. Did some research on some and some are to dating sites that children should not see and pyramid scams are a high number of them.
The privacy problem is a big safety concern. It's one thing if someone chooses to make their profile public, use lots of gadgets/applications, or post much private information. However, it's a very different situation when privacy settings change after someone fills in all the contact, and employment information, etc. in the basic profile setup, and perhaps posts photos including family/children, believing (based on their privacy settings) that the information will not be shared, or will only be shared with people they've chosen as "friends." This practice (whether intentional on the part of Facebook or not) puts many people in danger of being stalked or their children compromised, even if they haven't engaged in "risky" online behavior. While I enjoy the services and am too skeptical to be vulnerable to most of the gimmicks, I'm beginning to believe that Facebook has become dangerously aggressive about facilitating networking and information sharing.
One other perfect website for the complete lack of privacy, not only allowed by the website but also by third-party plugins. Minors should avoid it. Annoying ads too.
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Two many Adult content …
Too many perverts hunting children. Avoid it.
Facebook is not meant for children and some users do post content that is either adult in nature or parents may not find suitable for young children.
Your informations are stocked in the server of Facebook. And they could sell your informations.
Hate groups everywhere. Bad pictures being posted and impossible to remove. Bullying.
Not a great site, even if the whole world uses it.
Some of the adds are horrible scams and sites that cause the red WARNING sign to appear.