This week, we’re featuring a YouTube video from UCBComedy. They made a hilarious video wherein they propose that Facebook gets its update ideas from Focus Group Discussions. These “discussions” are said to be designed to get user feedback from the latest updates and features that Facebook offers.
An excellent amalgamation of satire and news casting, the amusing video makes light of several of Facebook’s most controversial features such as privacy and personal user information distribution. Aside from that, the video also spoofs the more annoying Facebook features such as weird advertisements and super aggressive app invites. The video also features the highly controversial policy change of Facebook-owned Instagram that essentially allowed them to market user uploaded photos to advertisers and the likes.
This extremely sarcastic video will either make some people shake their heads at some of the more notorious ideas that Facebook or, hopefully, make readers more aware of the latest updates in Facebook’s policies and terms. For most of us, Facebook just isn’t the same place it used to be. As the social media giant sprawls across the globe, we now all must be extra careful of the information that we post online. Again, think before you “Like”!