The leaked Facebook document outlines how the platform is different in different regions around the world.
While the document appears to show a bit of market-specific data, it is also interesting to see how Facebook works based on some of the countries outlined on the page.
On one hand, you have a large portion of the United States being open to more content, while users in countries like Argentina and Brazil are sometimes held back by limits on how much they can post.
On the other hand, the world seems to be much more open to content from the US than other parts of the world. The US and its residents may often be open to receiving more content, but other places may not.
The document also showcases how Facebook’s growth differs on a country-by-country basis. In the US, Facebook is consistently adding users, while many other countries are not.