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Facebook at 10: Hip or Has-been?

After more than a billion Likes, is the love affair with Facebook fading?

Last updated: 05 Feb 2014 02:39
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Facebook is marking its 10th anniversary - with more than a billion users around the world. What started as a social networking site to connect universities has grown into a global phenomenon.

And it is a huge business worth more than $150 billion.

But is the fun fading in the face of cooler competitors? How much of a problem is privacy? Are we in danger of losing the skill and will to communicate in person? Or is further global success just a click away?

Presenter: Dareen Abughaida

Guests:

Nino Kader - the CEO of Spark Digital

Matt Rhodes - the director of FreshMinds Digital Strategy Consultancy

Pavan Dubbal - an advocate and cyber crime specialist at the Supreme Court of India

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Al Jazeera
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