Which of the big three is your best friend?

The answer is Facebook, according to research by social media giant Facebook.

The research firm found that the social network was a better friend than any of the four biggest brands, according the Huffington Post.

The findings come as Facebook is under fire for its decision to ban ads on its platform, which many users believe has been a boon for its bottom line.

In a blog post, Facebook’s chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg said the decision to remove advertising was “a terrible mistake.”

“This is the first time Facebook has made this decision publicly, but we know that this decision will have a significant impact on how people use our platform and what we can do to help them succeed,” Sandberg wrote.

“We’re deeply sorry for the pain this decision has caused.

We’re committed to improving the way we work together with advertisers, publishers and publishers’ users, and we’re committed on many other fronts to making Facebook a better place for everyone.”

Facebook declined to comment to Reuters on the study.

In the study, researchers compared the three major social media platforms and found that Facebook was the only one that improved its image of itself over the study’s five-year period.

“Facebook is perceived to be the best friend and friendliest of the major social networks, but when you look at the numbers over five years, the company is actually the least friendly of the top four,” said the study by social network analysts at Technomic.

Facebook’s image improved, but not by much.

In fact, the social media company’s image fell by more than half, from a peak of 80 percent positive in 2013 to just under 30 percent in 2016.

The study looked at the top 10 brands, which includes Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest.

Facebook has been criticized for failing to take steps to protect users’ personal information from hackers.

In addition to Facebook, the study looked more broadly at the other four major social networking sites, including Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ and LinkedIn.

In total, the researchers found that all four social media sites saw an increase in their negative image rating over the past five years.

Facebook said it would not be commenting on the findings.

The company also has an active social media community.

The social network has over 300 million users.

The Huffington Post asked Facebook whether its decision was due to an increase or decrease in its user base or whether it was because of a shift in the company’s focus.

A Facebook spokesperson said the company did not comment on individual research studies.

In 2016, Facebook became the first major social network to ban advertisements on its site, allowing users to avoid having to purchase an ad-free experience.

This move was prompted by growing concerns over cyberbullying and harassment on the platform, but the company said it did not think it was a significant factor.