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Facebook Facebook er et socialt medie, der blev lanceret i februar 2004 af Mark Zuckerberg, som var studerende på Harvard. Det startede som en slags “Blå bog”, hvor studerende på Harvard kunne læse om hinanden og oprette venskaber. Senere spredtes Facebook til alle amerikanske universiteter. I løbet af 2005 fik også skoler uden for USA […]

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Forfatter Jakob Linaa Jensen
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