Facebook Is Planning To Rebrand Itself… But You Should Still #DeleteFacebook

The Verge is reporting that Facebook is going to come out with a new name focused on the metaverse. Which sounds like a plot line out of a Dr. Strange movie. But it’s the company’s focus on virtual and augmented reality technologies in a new online realm. Anyway, here’s the details:

The coming name change, which CEO Mark Zuckerberg plans to talk about at the company’s annual Connect conference on October 28th, but could unveil sooner, is meant to signal the tech giant’s ambition to be known for more than social media and all the ills that entail. The rebrand would likely position the blue Facebook app as one of many products under a parent company overseeing groups like Instagram, WhatsApp, Oculus, and more. A spokesperson for Facebook declined to comment for this story.

Facebook already has more than 10,000 employees building consumer hardware like AR glasses that Zuckerberg believes will eventually be as ubiquitous as smartphones. In July, he told The Verge that, over the next several years, “we will effectively transition from people seeing us as primarily being a social media company to being a metaverse company.”

This sounds similar to when Comcast changed its name to Xfinity because it had landed at or near the bottom of every customer satisfaction survey, including “most hated companies in America”. Facebook has pretty much replaced them in that department. Regardless of what their name is, people should still #DeleteFacebook because they are a company that simply cannot be trusted in any way, shape or form.

One Response to “Facebook Is Planning To Rebrand Itself… But You Should Still #DeleteFacebook”

  1. Which mutliverse, Marvel or DC? I suspect DC, to quote Deadpool “You’re so dark! Are you sure you’re not from the DC universe?”

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