It seems like it was just yesterday when Facebook was one of the big corporations. Many companies required people to be linked with Facebook before they can join them. However, all that was needed was a few turn of events before Facebook started losing companies. Whitney Wolfe herself has decided that she is going to cut ties with Facebook and enable people to create an account in a different way. There are many reasons that some companies are starting to reduce their connection with Facebook. Whitney Wolfe herself wants to make sure that she is not only allowing others to sign up without Facebook, but is enabling the people who are already signed up to feel safe.
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One of the reasons that Whitney Wolfe is giving people alternatives to Facebook is because of the issue with privacy and personal information according to techcrunch.com. One thing that people have a desire for is the safety of their personal information. Given that there has been plenty of cases of identity theft and other problems that resulted from personal information falling into the wrong hands, CEO Whitney Wolfe has decided that she wants to find ways to protect the information of people so that they will be able to use their accounts without any concerns.
Whitney Wolfe is also aware that there are some people who would rather not use a third party when it comes to signing up. Seeing that the number of people are growing because of what they hear about Facebook and some other big brands in social media, Whitney has decided that people might be going back to the old way of registering so that they do not have to deal with the dangers of having their information saved across multiple platforms. In the end, Whitney thinks about the best interests of her users.
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