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if something replaced the need for an internet connection to connect people's profiles around the world, well...nevermind Facebook would probably already be on top of that.
Facebook, while becoming less "cool", is so integrated into many societies that it has become more of a utility, to the point that not having one is on the level of not having a key device, such as a smart phone. In order for it to die out, many of the current users would need to die, or move enmass
It is so ingrained not only in popular video games, other social medias, and above all else it is a reliable, widespread form of communication between people who under any other circumstances wouldn't be able to connect.
it holds an index of nearly 1/3 of the world's population, it's network will demonstrate staying power.
The role of facebook will likely never be replaced. However, depending of how facebook changes their businessmodel or their terms of service, some other provider may give us an alternative to facebook
history has shown (livejournal, friendster, tribe, myspace, facebook) that new trends and distinguishing features can create dominant new players
It has been seen that there is currently a slight increase in preference for Instagram rather than Facebook among teenagers.