Over the last decade, the evolution of the internet has seen an explosion in the number of users online and the way people integrate the web into their lives. Most noticeably, the way people are involved in social media has undergone a rapid change. Originally, the most we could interact with each other online was limited to sending e-mails and instant messages. Since then, we still do these things but have augmented them with a variety of image, video and other message sharing applications. These keep us connected with distant friends and relatives as if they were still next door. We share a special moment, idea or joke with someone else in a matter of seconds with just a few pushes of a button. In the world of social media, everything else bows down to the giant known as Facebook. Created in 2004, this social media site has dramatically changed the way people, businesses and even politicians go about their business. Facebook has changed the way people stay in touch with family and friends and has been more successful in doing this than any other social media website. That said, the site has some negative aspects. People constantly voice their concerns over the site’s privacy policies and employers note that the site is a massive time waster when it comes to productivity. Additionally, as you will see, facebook’s often inconsistent and bizarre policies results in the banning and censorship of users and pictures, for what appears to be no good reason at all.