Facebook Republished Then Unpublished The Turtleboy Refugees Page In A Span Of 12 Hours Despite Not Removing Any Of Our Posts
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Yesterday we scored a small victory against Facebook and the butthurts when we received a message letting us know that the Turtleboy Refugees, our fifth string Facebook page with 17,650 followers, had been published as a result of our “appeal”:
This is actually the third time this has happened with this particular page. Because obviously no one reviews any of this stuff and Facebook is a complete clusterfuck.
Then 12 hours later this happened:
They unpublished the Refugees page for the fourth time. Can’t make this stuff up. Facebook is a joke.
Funny because here’s what Mark Zuckerberg said about improving his product this year:
“We won’t prevent all mistakes or abuse, but we currently make too many errors enforcing our policies and preventing misuse of our tools. If we’re successful this year then we’ll end 2018 on a much better trajectory.”
He’s admitting that his system makes too many mistakes when it comes to “misuse of our tools.” In other words, one of the tools he foolishly created was the ability to report posts you don’t like, rather than just being an adult and not reading posts like that. Now it frequently gets misused by losers like Kevin Lynch and Didi Delgado, and his resolution is to fix that. Yet here we are again.
Oh well, add it to the file. We’ll keep blogging away regardless. Every day we still get close to enough people on our site to fill Gillette Stadium. We used to be able to fill a bigger stadium, but people are still coming to us regardless, and they always will because we’re the only honest media source in town. Which is exactly why so many people want to stop us. But we will never, ever, ever stop. Ever.
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