Facebook blocked one article in The Liberty County Vindicator, which published on its Facebook profile the birth of the American Declaration on the occasion of Independence Day celebrations, which Amerian celebrated on July 4.
Analytical tools evaluated Facebookudestou as a hate speech and sent the day a warning that the contribution is against the rules of st. Denk blocked himself and Facebook subsequently apologized and the article was re-published. The mentioned passport was related to the designation of American Indians as ruthless savages.
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Facebook has been criticized in the past for the lack of transparent information about social security, but also for the inconsistent adherence to its own rules.
Other deadlocks The Declaration of Independence is not an isolated case where the social system did not deal with historical documents and objects. For example, two of their pages were removed by a communist photograph of a famous photograph of a Vietnamese court filled with napalm for Vietnamese wolves. Facebook inferred this from internal rules, which do not bind the display of nudity. In response to sharp criticism, St. subsequently resolved his decision.