If your only doubt is to know if you will have to pay money to continue using Social par excellence, then rest assured, nothing will change. If instead, you are wondering if it is free, then the question is very different. Many (even at the Congress of the United States of America) asked themselves: “If it’s free, how does Facebook collect 55 billion dollars a year?”
Mark Zuckerberg replied that Facebook thrives on advertising, and, we add, to make this disbursement so much money needs to be effective, and the only way is to know the interests and habits of the users of the platform. Here is the fundamental point; we pay Facebook through our privacy and our information. I know, it’s a well-known but often underestimated thing. The concept of free internet has become haphazard, and we will have to be increasingly aware of the tribute we give as an exchange commodity.
It is no coincidence that another even more relevant change was made a few days ago (which can be read on the homepage when you register on the platform). After 15 years, Facebook has changed the description of the social network from “Facebook is free and always will be “to the most correct” It is fast and simple “.