The World Wide Web has a way of becoming a giant playground, with hundreds of millions of users each week.
With more than 50 billion active websites each month, it’s the biggest platform on the planet.
In terms of sheer volume, the Internet is the largest source of news in the world, with more than half the world’s population, according to the Pew Research Center.
But what happens when the world turns to Facebook Live?
The answer: The network becomes a source of daily news.
It’s the one source that feeds into the rest of the news feed, from breaking news to celebrity gossip, and even when news breaks, the platform can offer a way to keep the story flowing.
The network can also be a place to catch up on the latest events, as people post news updates and share links to new videos.
And Facebook Live is still growing.
In 2016, it grew by 5.6% to 7.2 billion monthly users, according the Pew report.
That’s the same growth rate as Twitter and YouTube.
The company also plans to add more content and video to the network in the coming years, with its new partnership with Univision and Univision Deportes.
It currently has more than 11 million live feeds, with the network adding more than 200 million over the next two years.
“We’re very much in the infancy of Facebook Live,” said Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in a video introducing the company’s new streaming service in November.
“But we’re excited to see what we can do with it.”
As part of that push, Facebook is expanding into new countries, like Russia, Brazil, China and India, to further expand the number of countries on its live-streaming platform.
Zuckerberg said that it will be launching more new countries and regions in 2018, as well as the United Kingdom, France and Germany.
“For example, we have plans to expand the reach of our network in Mexico and Colombia,” Zuckerberg said.
“We’ll have a lot more countries and territories coming to Facebook in the next few years.”
So, what happens if you’re a kid on Facebook?
If you’re on Facebook Live and you’re in a new country, you might have a hard time keeping up.
Facebook allows you to mute the feed, but that’s a very small percentage of the population.
According to a 2015 study, Facebook’s average monthly active user is roughly 30 million.
So, for every 50,000 Facebook Live users, there are roughly 25 million users who are in their own country.
This means that for every Facebook Live user in a country, there’s a whopping 300 million Facebook Live accounts.
“There are a lot of kids who are missing out,” said Mark Zuckerberg, “because they’re not connected to Facebook.
They’re not in their communities.
They can’t see what’s happening, and so that’s what we need to get out to, to get them to Facebook and get them engaged.
Facebook has the potential to become a place where people connect.”