Let’s give Facebook a wake up call

Since posting my last message stating that we should make July 23 the day that we raise up the issues we’ve been seeing with Facebook, I have been reflecting a bit on what that day should be about. Some have asked if people should quit Facebook on the twenty-third. Everybody has the choice of keeping … Read more

Bread and Butter

The owner of the blog Raising Whasians tweeted an interesting message they received from Facebook a few days ago. Their business page had been restricted by Facebook, and when they appealed this was the response: Just a quick recap, you’ve reached out to us about your Facebook page. As discussed, we regret to inform you … Read more

Message sent to FTC

On or just prior to June 1, my account on Facebook was intruded upon by an individual who then altered the images for the header of a business page that I maintain. This resulted in the immediate disabling of my FB account, and issue that I’ve been trying to reverse since then. As soon as … Read more

Share your Facebook issue with NPR

Tonight I found a link for a form that people can use to submit their story ideas to NPR. I am going to be submitting a summary of my experience with Facebook, and I suggest that others do the same. Even if they do not follow up on our specific stories, this might inspire them … Read more

My Message to NPR

Note: This is the news story suggestion that I shared with NPR which describes the account issues that many Facebook users have been experiencing. Almost a month ago, I woke up to discover that not only had someone used my credentials to change the profile and header images on a page that I manage, but … Read more

Let’s Make July 23 “Facebook Day”

Let’s make Friday, July 23 the day that everybody makes a huge push to try to get our accounts back. This means posting a description of our issues with Facebook as well as sharing the stories of others on Twitter, Reddit, and other platforms. Let’s also spark discussions about Facebook as a company, its role … Read more