By Paul Pannone
Facebook is ready to ramp up its protection of property and how people use the popular medium. In May, 2013 the Associated Press reported:
“Facebook says it now has 1.11 billion people using the site each month, slightly more than the 1.06 billion reported three months earlier. It represents a 23 percent growth from a year earlier.”
With the explosive growth comes the challenge of keeping its users from wandering too far off on their own. Last week eWedNewz received reports of a growing number of instances where accounts were shut down by the new Big Brother in violation of Terms of Service agreements (TOS).
Also in the newZ the wedding dress business is once again struggling to find a profitable way to stay in the race against increased competition. Some are reportedly throwing in the towel and have put themselves up for sale. Industry sources say everyone is up for sale at the right price, especially owners who no longer have the stomach for intense pressure from internet transparency, comparison shopping done in stores on phones, higher expectations and price compression brought on by all the factors.
Casablanca and the topic of opening stores by manufacturers were included in some of the discussions.
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