There are currently more than 50,000 viruses in existence and 200 viruses are discovered each month, it's recommended you update your software at least once a month.The pat, and somewhat superficial, answer is “because everyone’s doing it.” But the underlying reason is because the more users that a social networking site can boast, the more its perceived worth, and the more its perceived worth, the greater the likelihood of a big fat cashout payday, when someone buys them.In other words, they want to make themselves into an attractive acquisition target, and to do that they need to bloat their user rolls. After all, what’s more important – the integrity of your inbox, or their cashing out? We don't hide our articles behind a paywall, or restrict the number of articles you can read in a month if you don't give us money. I can't really understand why its become so huge,but it has now become a place where every Irish person dumps their photos of parties,sessions etc. Its also become a place where little pikies send death threats to each other, but thats to be expected. "Updating my address book" and "Birthday calendar" e-mails always come from people who constantly send me spam chain mails.
Lads who couldn't even spell 'internet' before now have a page. Its easier to use and isn't such a fucking eye sore.
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