Internet users angry on Mark Zuckerberg
Once again, the 36 years old billionaire is getting lashed with criticism. Mark Zuckerberg is facing criticism because of some content which got banned by Facebook. The hashtag “#SavetheChildren” has been in hype for quite some time now. From fifth of august and onwards, this specific hashtag got removed from Facebook. So what was the reason behind the removal of this hashtag? Let’s find out!
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It was revealed after the fifth of august that Facebook had censored the hashtag “#SavetheChildren”. The users were able to use the hashtag on their stories, but after clicking on the hashtag, null results were witnessed. Some users justified the decision by saying that the hashtag “#SavetheChildren” was tagged with some photos that were quite disturbing to watch. This thing might be real because Facebook is quite strict when it comes to filtering banned content which gets posted by the users. Anyhow the current scenario is that a vast majority of Facebook users are quite furious after the “#SavetheChildren” hashtag got banned.
Facebook is now censoring posts with the hashtag #SaveTheChildren.
Why are they protecting child sex traffickers? pic.twitter.com/RIAIchBjyU
— Adrian Norman (@AdrianNormanDC) August 6, 2020
Samantha tweeted: “Facebook has blocked # SaveTheChildren…this is unreal.” and another tweet stated that “Facebook is now censoring posts with the hashtag #SaveTheChildren. Why are they protecting child sex traffickers?”.
One of the strong argument highlighted by Facebook users was that there are tons of disturbing pages on Facebook, which promote pornography and they are still not banned yet. Here is another guy who posted a video on Instagram in which he shared his opinion regarding the matter.
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If you’re sick of me posting about the atrocity that is human trafficking, If you’re offended by some of the graphic things I’ve posted, then feel free to unfollow me. I’d rather wake people up, and let people get a glimpse of the horror and evil that exists in this world than be silent. This evil must be stopped. • • • • • #darktolight #endchildtrafficking #endsextrafficking #endhumantrafficking #humantrafficking #sextrafficking #savethechildren #wherearethechildren #savethekids #wakeup #wwg1wga
Till now, neither Mark Zuckerberg nor any facebook representative has given the reason for censoring this hashtag. Facebook must come to the scene as soon as possible to clarify the whole matter to avoid further criticism from Facebook users.