By the end of this month, Facebook’s top position in the US will have been shattered.
Its total monthly active users will have reached 1.2 billion, which means it will be the biggest network on the planet, ahead of Netflix and Amazon.
The social network also beat out Netflix in terms of average monthly views and social media shares.
The news comes as Facebook’s parent company, Facebook, faces mounting criticism over its practices of targeting advertising to political groups.
The company has been under fire from lawmakers and civil rights advocates for its “targeted advertising” practices, which it says target certain groups to reach certain audiences.
The technology giant has faced criticism from lawmakers for allowing advertisers to target specific groups for special promotions.
The Facebook platform has long been a hotbed of political activity, with the company recently partnering with groups like the Black Lives Matter movement.
It also hosts a platform where users can create their own political content.
The network’s share of total monthly views has also fallen from a high of 5.6% in April to 4.6%.