Facebook abide by the Terms Of Service and undo the 15 day suspensions

Facebook abide by the Terms Of Service and undo the 15 day suspensions

Public Event


Monday, August 15 at 10:00pm – November 15 at 11:30pm


Your phone or your computer.

Created By Mark Szabo

Facebooks spam filtering system is affecting the everyday user. Bans for adding too many friends. Bans for sharing info with like minded individuals. Political speech is being hindered. Animal rescue groups are unable to share information to provide pets with homes. Military groups are unable to share information. Christian and other religious groups are unable to use Facebook to worship.

Time to let Facebook know this is unacceptable.

via Facebook abide by the Terms Of Service and undo the 15 day suspensions.


Work In Progress

Bacefook is getting a little too feisty for me, censoring posts related to “Monsanto” or “police brutality” or “martial law” and other controversial subjects. I’ve been “warned” that my posts are “spammy” (which isn’t even a word) and “irrelevant” when they were in fact neither. I’ve been disallowed from posting on other user’s Walls. So I’m going to get this blog going finally. Thanks to all the people that still check this page!

I’ll be moving some of the top stories from the past week to catch you all up! 🙂

County limits free speech to 3’x3′ space … in woods

County limits free speech to 3’x3′ space … in woods

08-08-2011  •  http://www.wnd.com

A Michigan woman is suing her county over limiting her petition gathering to a 3-by-3-foot square of ground in a 135-acre park, a restriction one attorney said is in the running for the title of the “most unconstitutional [free] speech zone ever.”

Earlier this summer, The Detroit News reports, Denise Miller sat at a picnic table near the beach at the Linden County Park in Genesee County, Mich., gathering signatures as part of a campaign to recall Republican Gov. Rick Snyder. A park ranger told her she had to leave, and the Genesee County Parks office later confirmed that she needed a permit to petition signatures within the park.

But after she applied for and received the permit, she discovered the parks office had limited her to a tiny “Freedom of Speech Area” that she says is located 20 feet from a remote corner of a parking lot and far from foot traffic.

via County limits free speech to 3’x3′ space … in woods.

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