In the wake of the riots across the UK last week David Cameron told parliament that the government may consider banning the use of popular social networking websites such as Facebook and Twitter from those who are thought to be involved in criminal activity. The PM stated that the government will further investigate whether or not it would be practical to stop suspected troublemakers from spreading messages about their activities online in an effort to make planned attempts much harder to carry out. He announced his stance this past Thursday when he addressed the Commons about the civil disorder.
If you are an avid Facebook user from time to time you may wonder how the social network actually makes its money. After all, it is free to register on the website and even free to use all of its features including its many fun interactive games such as Farmville and more. However, while you may not pay anything to use the vast social network, you are paying in other ways that is helping the popular website to earn more than its fair share in advertising revenue due to the crafty creators of the most popular internet website.