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Facebook plans to change its name next week.

Facebook, a social media company that has been an integral part of our lives for ten years, cannot be called Facebook. Changes could happen as early as next week.

The information comes from The Verge, which quotes the source and direct knowledge of the matter. According to the report, CEO Mark Zuckerberg will discuss the name change at the Connect Connect Facebook page, scheduled for October 28, but the announcement could come sooner rather than later.


There is very little information about what a new name might be, or if it is a complete listing for Facebook, a service, or maybe rebuilding a company while the product remains the same (think about Google alphabet time). According to the report, the name change is confidential to almost all employees, and could have nothing to do with Facebook’s recent view on the company’s reality service and reality service, Horizon.

Facebook has taken over the world of social media, and if the business is to grow, it must look beyond the current main assets: Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp.

Given Zuckerberg’s perspective on real and established facts in recent years – he said in July that Facebook “will change from people who see us as a social media company to a metaverse company” – it is likely that the name change will be. and something to do with it. And given the undue amount of bad journalists and lawsuits that Facebook has seen in recent years, the company may think it’s time to start over.

I contacted Facebook and a spokesman told me the company does not comment on “rumors or rumors.”

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