Who owns the Facebook group or forum?

As more and more involvement in online, and even the "older folk" to join Facebook en masse; The current highest growth of social media giant in the 55+ age group; the development of more and more commitment there. Which, after all, the whole point of these portals. Lets be honest, commitment sure beats the old "I had a nice dinner" Post.

Let's start Facebook groups, and I will not even mention the business who disguise the group's marketing angle of their business, because you can add as many people as they want (that's a whole other debate), I'm talking about legitimate groups setup for people in general target community, sports or hobbies, and was followed by like-minded people. I set myself a lot of Facebook groups and they continue admin. But I never "censorship" or delete any content. It is not my business. Not so admins place. Facebook owns the place, not the administrator.

I hear the complaints of the odd troll these groups, together with the same business pages from time to time, and most of you know the audience deleting the business side jobs (in short, never!), But deleting posts in a group just rude. The administrator does not reserve the right to play Internet police, this Facebooks' job. A Facebook group is inherently open forum for people to discuss and engage in whatever they choose. OK, now I hear a few admins these groups more riled, and boys, if the group is not the place their content will soon leave, because their activities are going to achieve anything. So if someone wants a community group that is trying to sell an old bookcase, it just is what it is. Maybe there would not have been the intention of . at the beginning, but the process called If, as an admin, I want to control the location and pay for it or own it; Facebook is not that space if you do not pay a penny, there is no control of Facebooks. " .

When a controlled environment, free advertising for the old people's bookshelves and cars, and then start the forum's website. Simple, you can then manage as you like, after all, is yours. You administer the site, people take part in setting the conditions and pay for it to be there. So to have the right to do whatever you want to the online space. Afterall, your site, and users can decide whether they want to participate or not. Simple.

But just to interate again, Facebook space is not owned by the user, not the content, so in short, is not objectionable Facebook posts, it is intended that social media is not Private Media. And yes, for some people abuse greatly, but the guys, that's life. You have to have the offline world to the online world, why not.

In a nutshell, if you are not your own, you can not control.

And remember "sticks and stones"

Source by Guy D Besley

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