Facebook is not going away anytime soon

It’s been a rollercoaster ride for Facebook, a virtual platform that is the main way Americans communicate online.

Since the social network was founded in 2004, it has become the biggest online marketplace for advertising, attracting a billion users each month.

But its growing popularity has led to a lot of attention for its shortcomings, including its reliance on ad technology.

In recent years, the company has been facing a growing number of lawsuits, and regulators have increasingly raised questions about its business practices.

Facebook has also faced scrutiny over its use of algorithms to target advertising.

The company has come under fire for the way it uses data to target ads to certain users.

In addition, Facebook has been accused of paying for the placement of ads on pages to promote its products, including ads on political sites.

But it’s also faced accusations of not doing enough to improve its ad targeting, and of being a tool that facilitates the spread of misinformation.

Now, Facebook is getting some help from some of its biggest users.

Last month, Google agreed to pay $1 billion to settle accusations that it had paid people to spread false and misleading information about its products.

Google is the world’s second largest ad-tech company, behind only Facebook, and its technology has been used extensively in campaigns by both Facebook and other companies.

Facebook is also investing heavily in improving its ad technology, with a goal of launching a “digital advertising ecosystem” by 2020.

But Facebook is still struggling to attract and retain users who want to keep using its platform.

In its most recent quarterly report, Facebook said it was still facing a “steady decline in our revenue.”

It reported that the company had more than 10 billion active users and more than 20 billion monthly active users.

Facebook says it will add more than 100 million new users this year.

It’s also been working to improve how it sells advertising, with ads being shown on videos and images instead of ads being displayed on the page itself.

But many users have complained that ads aren’t being shown correctly, with many still seeing ads instead of videos.

Facebook also says it is trying to address user concerns by expanding the reach of its platform and launching more new ad-supported features.

But some users say they’re not satisfied.

In a blog post last week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that it has been working on improving its advertising practices to address concerns.

“While we continue to prioritize our efforts on increasing the speed and quality of our ads and to improving our targeting and ad experiences, we know that there is more work to be done to improve our ad experience for users,” Zuckerberg wrote.

Zuckerberg also said that he is committed to improving its business model.

“The most important thing we can do is make sure our business model is as good as it can be, because that’s the only way we’re going to grow,” Zuckerberg said.

Facebook’s ads are not the only thing it is struggling with.

Many of the social media giants have faced criticism for selling ad space to websites that do not want to be associated with the platform.

The social network has been trying to make money from selling ads that do pop up on websites, but it has struggled to make them work.

It has also struggled to find advertisers willing to pay for the space they are showing, or to show ads on sites that are owned by people or businesses that are not affiliated with the Facebook platform.

Facebook did make a big push to make its ads more relevant to people when it announced in February that it would sell advertising space to advertisers.

But even as the company is trying new ways to improve ad delivery, the issues that led to its recent IPO have been a sticking point for some investors.

Facebook stock is trading around $60.10 in the most recent trading session.