Who Owns a Facebook Group Or Forum?

As further and further online engagement occurs and indeed the” aged folk” are joining Facebook in the droves; the current loftiest growth in the social media mammoth is from the 55 age groups; we find further and further engagement being. Which, after all, is the whole point of these doors. Let’s be honestengagement sure beats the old“I had a lovely regale“Post.

I will start with Facebook groups, and I’m not mentioning businesses who disguise the group as a marketing angle for their business because they can add as numerous people as they want (that’s a whole different discussion), I am talking about licit groups, set up by people generally targeting a community, sporting or hobbyhorse and followed by like inclined people. I myself have set up a bunch of Facebook Groups and continue to admin them. BUT, I don’t ever” stricture” or cancel any content. It’s not my place to. Nor is it any admins place. Facebook owns the space, not the admin.
hear the complaints of the odd comb on these groupswell the same goes for business runners from time to time, and utmost of you know my view of deleting Business Runner posts (in short, no way!), but deleting posts in a group is just rude. The admin

doesn’t reserve the right to play internet police, that is Facebooks’ job. The Facebook group by veritable nature is an OPEN forum for people to bandy and engage in whatever they choose. OK, now I can hear some admins of these groups getting rankled, well guys, if the group isn’t the place for their content they will soon leave as it their exertion will achieve nothingSo if someone in a community group wants to try to vend an old bookcase, well that is what it’s there for. It may not have been your intention at the launch, but that is called progress. However, as an admin, who wants to control the space also pay for it, If you. Its Facebooks’.

Stillfree of people flashing their old bookcases and buses also start a forum on your website, If you want a controlled terrain. Easy, you can also control it as much as you like, after all, it’s yours. You manage the point, set up the terms and conditions of people engaging in it, and pay for it to be there. So it’s your right to do whatever you like with that online space. After all, it’s your point, and druggies can decide if they want to be part of it or not. Simple.

But just tore-integrate, Facebook space isn’t possessed by the stoner, neither is the content, so in shortdo not stricture Facebook posts, it’s meant to be Social Media, not Private Media. And yes, Some people abuse it to a large degree, but folks, that is life. We have that in the offline world so why not the online world.

In a nutshell, if you do not enjoy it, you can not control it. And remember “sticks and monuments
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