Hello. You may be thinking, if you saw this post on Facebook, “why have I not seen anything for a month?” Back in November, I was marked as spam, and all my posts leading back to when I opened up about autism on my photo blog were deleted. They left all posts before I talked about autism. Facebook defines spam as:
Artificially increase distribution for financial gain
Create or use fake accounts or compromise other people’s accounts to impersonate or pretend to be a business, organization, public figure, or private individual
Attempt to create connections, create content, or message people.
Restrict access to content by requiring people to like, share, or recommend before viewing
Encourage likes, shares, or clicks under false pretenses
Maliciously use login credentials or personally identifiable information by:
Attempting to gather or share login credentials or personally identifiable information
Using another person’s login credentials or personally identifiable information
Promise non-existent Facebook features
I do not understand how opening up about autism, self-expression and ideas on how to be more creative and innovative falls under this definition.
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