Today we begin our probe into the recess of virtual-societies by examining the most critical resource they fight to own–users. This is the second post in the series on virtual-societies, their inner working and motivations. The opinion painted is tinted and mostly unshaded.
Society is a master that tame its followers and banishes the outcasts. Our contemporary social networks with their influence and spread are now graduated to a virtual-society (I will address them interchangeably in the following posts). The grandmasters of these networks vigorously lure users who do not pay them instead costs dearly to support. Join the journey with the first post in the series.