Oh dear. Seems as though John is still persisting in his claims that Facebook deletes reported content automatically, despite there being no proof to back up these ludicrous claims and in spite of the fact that proof has been shown that directly contradicts John’s assertion. So here’s some more:
Facebook has four teams who deal with different kinds of reports, working around the clock and in 24 different languages. Nowhere in this article from Facebook does it even so much as hint that any posts are subject to “auto-removal”, as John says is what happens.
So John has it utterly wrong (once again) when he says:
“FB will automatically remove the majority of comments complained about, and sometimes even suspend accounts”
Relevant screenshot of his comment below:
It’s getting easier and easier to disprove John Hamilton’s lies…
It seems as though John uses a different Facebook to the rest of the planet. According to John:
“Facebook sadly auto-remove remarks which are inaccurately complained about, even the most worthless dullard knows that, clearly Barnes is not as bright as that.”
Oh dear. John really has no concept of how a company like Facebook operates. If they permitted the unmediated “auto-removal” of posts which had been complained about, then half of Facebook would disappear overnight as tit-for-tat wars escalated out of control.
I’ve provided a screenshot of Facebook’s own support page regarding reported posts, highlighting the pertinent section in red:
No mention of “auto-removal” there. And note how it says that a report is not a guarantee of removal. Weird, because if there’s an “auto-removal” process in place, why wouldn’t everything which is reported be removed?
Ah yes, that’s right. John’s making it all up.
John Hamilton has had some of his false accusations removed from Facebook, the most prominent of which was his post accusing Andy Scott of being racist and xenophobic.
Here’s the offending post which used to be on Facebook:
Facebook has confirmed it has removed the post for violating its terms and conditions. No surprises there then, seeing as it was a completely baseless, false accusation (like almost all of John’s posts, come to think of it).
So how did John respond to the eminently reasonable removal of his bile? By reposting it on his own blog of course:
Bless, John. The ball got taken away because you were naughty and couldn’t behave, so you ran home and started playing with your own, by yourself.
This is far from the only post of John’s which has been removed from Facebook for violating its terms and conditions, which really says something as everyone knows how lackadaisical Facebook are at policing and removing posts. John must have really rung their alarm bells with all of his hate and lies.
Even Facebook agrees that John’s comments are unacceptable. No doubt this will only be the start of John’s thuggish lies and attitudes being consigned to where they belong; the trash.