Facebook users: Stop trying to censor us again
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Facebook users are continuing to complain that the social media giant has censored posts from them.
In the last few weeks, some users have complained that Facebook blocked them from posting comments or receiving new messages because they didn’t have the Facebook app installed on their computer.
The change means that Facebook now tracks the number of times people use its site and will start automatically flagging posts that are viewed more than once.
Facebook says it is “not responsible” for the content of users’ posts, but users have expressed concern that this has resulted in them being banned from the platform.
The company has been criticised for this approach, and in March, Facebook users in Israel took to the social network’s Facebook group to complain about the policy change.
The company responded that it would continue to work with users who had flagged content to remove it.
Users are also expressing frustration over the lack of communication from Facebook, which has not replied to their messages or deleted posts.
Facebook has been struggling to find ways to manage user privacy.
The social network has faced criticism for blocking users from posting on its site or receiving notifications about posts that have been viewed more often than once, or that users had left the app.
In response, the social networking giant said it would be taking a closer look at how its policies and practices were working, and was in the process of updating its site.
Facebook has been working to improve the privacy policies of its mobile apps since 2016.
Facebook users are continuing to complain that the social media giant has censored posts from them.In the last few weeks,…