Facebook contemptible for banning post job for calibrate of Jun 4

May 29, 2017 - photo frame

A print job on Beijing to calibrate a 1989 democracy protests has been authorised on a Facebook comment with an reparation from a amicable media network.

The occurrence spurred exhilarated discussions on a internet since Facebook had during initial disallowed a open posting, news website hk01.com reports.

The print was combined by Fung Ka-keung, arch executive of a Hong Kong Professional Teachers’ Union, who used Facebook’s print support function.

It came a week before a 28th anniversary of a bloody Jun 4 crackdown on activists in Tiananmen Square.

In a photo, Fung wrote “Vindicate Jun 4″ and “End compulsory rule”. He designed to share it with other netizens.

However, Fung pronounced Facebook deserted a post on Sunday on a drift that a calm concerned “degrading, melancholy or aggressive a specific target, organization, competition or organisation and therefore violates a terms and policies per use of a print support function”.

On Monday, a print support was authorized for posting after opposition discussions on amicable media.

Francis Fong, titular authority of a Hong Kong Information Technology Federation, told Ming Pao Daily that he asked Facebook about a annulment of a preference and was told by a orator that a prior rejection of a print was a “careless” mistake, that has been corrected.

The orator also allegedly apologized for what happened.

Fong pronounced it was different either a rejection had anything to do with Facebook’s devise to enter a Chinese market.

Facebook pronounced it does shade supportive calm posted by users though have a right to reject posts it considers inappropriate.

– Contact us during [email protected]

TL/AC/RA


small.wp_rp_excerpt { line-height:115%; font-style:normal; } .related_post_title { } ul.related_post { line-height:120%; } ul.related_post li { list-style-type:none; clear:both; margin:0 0 0 3px; } ul.related_post li a { font-weight: bold; display:block; margin:0 0 5px 0; } ul.related_post li a:hover { text-decoration:underline; } ul.related_post li A img { width:130px; height:auto; } http://www.ejinsight.com/20170529-facebook-sorry-for-banning-post-calling-for-redress-of-june-4/

More frame ...

› tags: photo frame /