Facebook Feature Will Prove You're Alive When The Next Disaster Strikes
Mar 02, 2012 12:17
What happens when a natural disaster happens and you're not sure if your loved ones are ok. Facebook is going to launch a new feature, which is currently in trial for Japan only to help you check if they are alright.
If you ever find yourself in an area hit by a natural disaster, you'll have the option to flag yourself as safe with all the ease of clicking "Like". Facebook will become a go-to source for peace of mind. It's the kind of tool you hope you'll never have to use, but good to have if you do.
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