Facebook is doing its part for suicide prevention month in September by sharing an infographic detailing how its users can quickly access resources or submit reports to the social network about friends under duress, and running a public-service announcement across Facebook for the rest of the month directing its users to the infographic.
Facebook has long been adamant about preventing cyberbullying, and the company announced recently that more controls are in place so teens can feel safer on the social network.
Advertisements on Facebook get much higher levels of engagement than the average website’s ads do.
A recent report published in CyberPsychology & Behavior finds that Facebook users that disclose their religious affiliation are also more likely to list themselves as being single. This is an interesting parallel and underscores the amount of interesting demographic data that can be obtained from the Facebook network.