FB bans have consequences

FB bans have consequences

Getting banned from Facebook can have unexpected and professionally devastating consequences

Upon logging into Facebook to post articles to two pages that I administer for work, I was greeted with a message that read: “We removed content that you posted.” The offending photo was a clever German breast cancer awareness campaign that involved partial nudity. Facebook informed me that I would be blocked from posting for the next 24 hours. “People who repeatedly post things that aren’t allowed on Facebook may have their accounts permanently disabled,” they warned

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2 thoughts on “FB bans have consequences

  1. Very interesting and certain points here. Facebook as a global phenomenon should not take the prudish views if a stiff North American country as the norm for the world. Can you imagine what could Germans think of US takes on simply nudity? They got to be laughing on the floor, Danishs must be palm facing, Aussies are upset, and so on… In Latin America people is very flirty and like spicy posts, posts that surely would be banned at once and in real life, if living under the facebook standards, Latin American people should be jailed charged of sexual harassment. LGBT people is having real trouble, that’s for sure. And we can keep listing issues on so many grounds -politics, religion, arts…
    The problem is that as what happened with American television shows, facebook being of global influence may be setting those limiting cultural views on those other countries and peoples via their younger populations, that may surely taking them as a true model. Conspiracy lovers will think this is a plan to overtake on the rest of the world, I’d like to think that’s merely the consequence of an ignorant mind that didn’t knew a thing from the world outside his window at the time of creation, but now that that mind has seen the world, if smart beyond the need of money making, it should start considering the real fb audience and not only the paying ones.

    1. Thanks for the comment. That’s very interesting point you make about the imposition of American values on the rest of the world. What you describe happening in the regions you mention is happening on the African continent as well.

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