In October 2009 Facebook locked me out of my account for posting a photo of a victim of the abortion choice.
A few moments ago I came to my computer and saw the following notice from Facebook:
As you can see from my comment, I was challenging a woman for her callous reference to choosing to abort her own child in the future.
Facebook is claiming that I violated their community standards. However it looks to me as if they are simply reinforcing their own double-standards whereby they censor posts that conflict with the agenda of their leadership. Where in my post was I threatening or bullying?
After I clicked “Continue,” Facebook informed me that I was locked out of my account for a period of twelve hours:
Anyway – just posting this here for the record – and where Facebook cannot touch it.
One thought on “Andy Moore vs. Facebook, Round 2”
Andy that is amazing, I’m regularly appalled at the bias Facebook shows towards Abortion and against Christians.
I have often wondered why there isn’t an alternative to Facebook for Christians, although there would not be the same opportunity to witness to non-christians I’m not sure how effective the Facebook medium is for that anyway and at least we would be free to express our face and share things that are relevant. I see that freedom eroding very fast in the near future.
Blessings to you – Abigail 🙂