The Facebook user population has grown to extents that outweigh the populations of various countries and the 'A World Without Facebook' infographic takes a step back to offer some perspective regarding the impact Facebook currently has on the world.
According to the infographic, Facebook has grown to have 770 billion page views on a monthly basis since its launch in 2004. At the beginning of 2011, Facebook's population reached 600 million, far surpassing the world's population in the year 1600 AD.
The print goes on to explain those that would be most affected if Facebook were to disappear by gender and also explains that the average user has 130 friends. It also details the average time spent on Facebook and usage densities of various countries. The A World Without Facebook infographic provides a well-rounded look at the website's influence on the world today.
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