If you have recently discovered social media and feel confused, this is perfectly normal. The mass that is you and your social media presence is miniscule compared to the vast realm of space. The amount of time you exist on this planet, (and the amount of time the planet exists) is so incredibly small compared […]
Facebook has just added new application called EnemyGraph in their library last week. This Application will allow you to add enemies to your profile now. Facebook is well known for making friend lists in the profile but now with this application you can add your enemies to your Facebook Profile too. EnemyGraph is a new application, which is available for free to all Facebook users, which lets user add enemies to Facebook profile, which includes real victims from your friends list, or from other users of the application.With this, you can declare "war" on any person, product or any company that has a current profile on Facebook.
The Daily Mail reported that, as soon as one has declared someone or something an Enemy that will appear on the profile page, visible to other users of application. EnemyGraph is an attempt to further defines relationships between users and other entities across Facebook's social graph.At time of writing, five users had opened hostilities with the Twilight series of films, two had declared their opposition to tomatoes and one person had made an enemy of Nobel Prize-winning German author Thomas Mann. Dean Terry, the owner of this application of University of Texas at Dallas, describes the application as "Social Media Blasphemy" and predicted that Facebook will remove this application in future.'We give them a couple of weeks at best before they shut us down,' says Terry.Terry is now comparing his application to "Unlike" button of Facebook, which is very interesting to see what happens in shot future."Most social networks attempt to connect people based on affinities: you like a certain band or film or sports team, I like them, therefore we should be friends.
But people are also connected and motivated by things they dislike," Terry said."A few people have asked us about the potential for misuse. If you are not friends with someone, or not a user of the app, or generally not famous, you cannot be listed as an 'enemy'. We will also monitor the app closely for abuse," he added.Because of the fact that you can make pretty much any object, place, or thing that has a FB page an "enemy" EnemyGraph is in some ways an unfortunate name. So it's not just a list of people. In fact you can have an entire list with no people on it at all. In a way we are misusing the word "enemy" just as much as Facebook and others have misused "friend".