In 2015, it was reported that a growing number of Facebook users are being wrongfully and inexplicably suspended from their accounts by Facebook to give up copies of their private identification information.
This has created great displeasure for users who practice discretion with such information.
It's also worthy to note that Facebook does not require the release of such information when individuals sign up for the site.
With this kind of personal information having the potential to seriously harm individuals, the method has been described by users as a presumptuous, dictatorial move and an offensive invasion of privacy by Facebook.
The new standard in wireless networks and supporting the future needs of clients 802.11n is certainly not dead and whilst manufacturers are still recommending 802.11n deployments, enterprise IT managers should give some thought to and make plans for the eventual implementation of 802.11ac.
This white paper discusses how 802.11ac is being designed to meet the demands of clients in the future, help you understand the technology, what is likely to happen in the transition from 802.11n to ac and how you can get ready to meet these new demands.