FacebookWhy are they allowed to suspend conservatives?

B Sep 25, 2020
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Since Facebook is a platform, not a content provider, why are they allowed to suspend conservatives, with no notification and no appeal, just for stating the truth about the corona virus or Ginsburg and her advocating the age of consent be lowered to age 12? Aside from being censorship, shouldn't they be held to the same standard as other platforms? And, if they elect to be the purveyor of truth as they see it, shouldn't the first amendment apply as they chose to be content providers via censorship?

I was suspended today, either due to a covid post or telling the truth about Ginsburg and her desire to lower the age of consent to 12...either way, by doing this, Facebook chose to go from a platform to a content provider and as such, is no longer afforded the protections of being a platform only. I was not given the opportunity to respond or appeal, I was just locked out of the format.

Isn't this action, acting as both a content provider and a platform the very thing the Presidents executive order was about? Shouldn't Facebook be taken to task for arbitrarily violating civil rights, equal protection and denying appeal process? Thank you.


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    The Fed up Jan 26, 2021
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    CNN, MSNBC, reputable...


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  • Quannell Johnson Sep 26, 2020

    Hi Bill!

    Based on the information in your claim here, Facebook has placed a temporary restriction on your account to limit the spread of fake news. Facebook has taken a strong stance on fake news and will continue to protect its users from false information. Please use reputable sources like CNN or MSNBC next time to avoid a ban!

    I hope this clears things up!

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    Nate Butler Oct 07, 2020
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    @Quannell Johnson are you seriously advocating CNN as a reputable source? omg you're an idiot Quannell

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