For current political commentary, see the daily political notes. Why you should not 'use' i. I have never had a Facebook account.
There is a Facebook account called "Richard Stallman", but it is an impostor. Putting the photo of someone on Facebook or Instagram contributes to surveillance of that person. Please don't post any photos there that include me, and I suggest you avoid posting photos of anyone else too.
If you feel your organization needs a "presence" in Facebook see this page. If you feel you need to be used by Facebook to find out about parties at your school, you might look for someone in your circle who isn't ready to break ties with Facebook, but who is willing to take note of parties via Facebook and send messages to a list of "Spanien slog till mot baskiska separatister" friends to inform them.
Here's a good article to present many of Facebook's injustices to your friends. I think Facebook should be eliminated entirely and replaced with an index of people. People would create records in the index under their names. Your record — if you make one — would give othe people a way to contact you through various methods of messaging.
You could include a small amount of information about yourself to help people tell if you are the person they are seeking to contact, rather than another person with a similar name.
Their messages to you would carry various contact coordinates in case you decide to respond. It would do nothing more than that. It would not be allowed to do anything more, or have a special relationship with any other communication system. This would provide a chance to decentralize the web again — but taking advantage of that chance Spanien slog till mot baskiska separatister require other changes.
Facebook requires useds to use their 'real' the name they normally go by as defined by Facebook on the site or risk having their accounts suspended.
Facebook is not your friend. Its 'real name' policy is enough reason to refuse to let it use you, but there is so much more Spanien slog till mot baskiska separatister in Facebook. Even as Facebook oppresses real useds with its "real name" requirement, it is easy to buy and run a realistic Facebook account that is completely fake. Facebook spontaneously asked its useds questions trying to expose useds who had not given their real names.
Facebook with its 'real name' policy makes itself the arbiter of other people's selves. Under pressure from cross-dressers, Facebook said it would relax the 'real name' policy and allow people to use aliases, but only if they are generally known by those aliases or if they were victims of certain types of abuse or stalking.
This relieves a very specific acute problem, but does not enable ordinary people to use Facebook without being tracked. However, reportedly Facebook has not really changed the policy. Even if Facebook makes this change, it will be unacceptable because companies and the state will be able to connect the account with your real identity.
In order for the site not to mistreat people, it must let you have one account to show your boss and your parents, another for your friends, and others for various kinds of political activism. Facebook continues to close the accounts of people who go by unofficial names. What happened to Koko the clown demonstrates why it is very foolish to talk with your clients through Facebook or to keep any important information in a Facebook account.
People who don't dare Spanien slog till mot baskiska separatister themselves feel compelled to be used by Facebook, so they register under pseudonyms, which makes them vulnerable to blackmail by those who threaten to report their real names to Facebook. These people feel compelled to be useds of Facebook because their friends and relatives are useds of Facebook. In other words, their friends and relatives are victim-coperpetrators: Facebook silently changed its search system to expose the existence of hidden accounts.
The depressive effect of being used by Facebook is directly traceable to its "real name" requirement and stopping people from having multiple accounts.
Facebook has frequently removed postings about protests both planned and ongoingpolitical satire, and various political issues. Specific examples are given below. Facebook has imposed political censorship on Instagram, bowing to Russia. Israel bullied Facebook into imposing tight censorship on criticism of the occupation of Palestine.
Facebook deleted the news item announcing a major protest against Monsanto. Facebook blocked a page announcing a protest in Russia obeying orders from the Russian government. Facebook has yielded to Turkey's religious censorshipjust Spanien slog till mot baskiska separatister previously it yielded to China's political censorship.
Jim Wright forcefully condemned the pressure put on Americans to endorse all the bellicose or dangerous "responses" to the September 11 attacks. Facebook censored itapparently for political reasons.
Facebook blocked the account of activist Shaun King after he posted a racist email that was sent to him. A black manager for Facebook quit, and posted on Facebook that Facebook had treated black useds and black staff badly and had censored blacks' postings. Facebook deleted his postsaying it went against "community standards".
Algorithmic filtering can affect history, not just hide history. Facebook's filtering algorithm suppressed news about Spanien slog till mot baskiska separatister riot by uniformed thugs in Ferguson until after it became national news.
Facebook censorship guidelines have been leaked. They include political censorship catering to various countries that do not respect freedom of speech.
Facebook has censored political satire aimed at the UK unemployment agency and associated organizations, apparently at the request of a target of the satire.
Facebook deleted posts that presented evidence of individuals' use of shell companiesevidence coming from the Panama Papers. This resembles Amazon, which famously shut down Wikileaks' virtual server because Wikileaks didn't have US government authorization to publish leaks.
Facebook has censored a number of French anti-racist campaigners. Sincere and honest political activists talk about Facebook's shutdown
Spanien slog till mot baskiska separatister their pageswhich were labeled as "Spanien slog till mot baskiska separatister." Journalism Facebook took down a negative movie review because the movie company claimed the review was copyright infringement.
Facebook banned a video made by the Swedish Cancer Society about breast cancer because it showed cartoon figures with circles as breasts. The real problem here is not that Facebook draws the line at the wrong place though it does. It is that Facebook has so much influence that organizations such cancer charities feel obliged to publish through Facebook. Facebook censored an ACLU post about censorship. Facebook deletes postings for obscure reasons, and even denies deleting them.
It is not safe as a platform for journalism. By the way, I cannot understand why people make a fuss about just how they find out that someone they loved is dead. Compared to the fact of that person's death, such details seem insignificant. If Facebook achieves its goal of becoming the main publication site for journalism, it will be a new chokepoint for censorship. Facebook wants to present itself as a virtual town square … a censored one.
Facebook deleted a statement by a human rights groupthen said that was a mistake. That Facebook invited the group to post the statement again — instead of undoing the deletion — demonstrates arrogance. However, the problem here goes deeper.
It is not good for human rights groups' or anyone's statements to be posted using a platform where statements are censored. Whistleblower Christopher Wylie exposed how Cambridge Analytica misused the data Facebook gave it, so Facebook shut down his account.
How Facebook's algorithm for what articles to show to each used are chosen to increase profits, but they systematically disfavor thoughtful criticism of anything, if posted by those who can't pay to get it seen. I agree that Facebook should be regulated, but the purpose of the regulation should be to ensure that not very many people read news or commentary through that site. Or any other specific site. Facebook arbitrarily censors and closes the accounts of prisoners. This experiment was widely condemned as "unethical" based on details, but this criticism was naive in that it disregarded the fundamentally unethical nature of Facebook.
Facebook deleted a photo of two men kissingwhich was used to support a kiss-in in a pub that had shown bias Spanien slog till mot baskiska separatister gays. The person who posted it thinks that Facebook is not anti-gay, but rather than it is quick to censor whatever someone complains about. While it might seem that the former would be worse, I think the latter makes Facebook really dangerous.
Don't use Facebook as a substitute for your own web site! Facebook censored a photo of two men kissingposted as a protest against India's criminalization of homosexuality.
Facebook's censorship rules are sometimes incomprehensibly strict. Many women's accounts have been turned off for posting "men are scum". Some men are scum, but not all. It is unfair to generalize that statement to all men.
People should ideally know better than to be sloppy in generalization, even if they are justifiably angry at grave crimes. However, is it right to gag people for unkind sloppiness like that? There's more about Facebook censorship. Reportedly it is possible to actually delete a Facebook account. I would not suggest trusting Facebook to delete all the data it has about you, but you may as well try. Facebook buys personal data from various data brokers, and correlates that with what it figures out directly about its useds.
Facebook advises useds that they can tell the data brokers to stop collecting data about them, but it doesn't ensure that this really works.
After all, no one will punish Facebook for false claims of that sort. Facebook snoops on surfers via disqus comments: Facebook claimed "Spanien slog till mot baskiska separatister" support "closed" groups and said it would not release the names of the members. Meanwhile, companies could get their names, and other personal data. Facebook provided personal data to Mastercard. The data was provided in anonymized form, but Mastercard could reidentify the data by correlating it with other data.
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