Locked Out of Facebook

Josiah Says I'm Very Angry with Facebook

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Updated: Aug. 27, 2019

by Lo
Editor, Dandelion Salad
August 22, 2019

My personal account on Facebook is locked down which means I cannot access the Dandelion Salad Page on Facebook either.

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Here is the email that FB sent:

Locked Out on Facebook

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Updated: August 27, 2019

Made a new profile on FB, please add me as a friend.

Please share the new posts (also linked below in the comment section):

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Greg Palast: Corporate Interests Use Voter Purges To Disenfranchise Citizens + King Koch is Gone–David Koch Dead at 79

Chris Hedges and Miko Peled: Injustice–The Persecution of American Muslims Since 9/11

The Dead Letter Office of Capitalist Imperium: a Poverty of Mundus Imaginalis by Phil Rockstroh and Kenn Orphan

John Pilger: The Coming War On China Has Now Arrived

56 thoughts on “Locked Out of Facebook

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  11. In my opinion, it’s time to move from corporate-owned platforms to open source uncensored platforms. The Fediverse is a federation of several social media platforms that are comparable to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc. and have the advantage of being easier for cross-posting. You can also link your WordPress account to any of them. There are millions of users who have migrated over there. Here’s the link in case you want to go exploring. https://fediverse.party/en/fediverse/

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        • I understand that, Bill. But aren’t all the social media sites similar? I’ve been using FB for over 10 1/2 years, that’s a lot of connections lost if I cannot get back there. During that time, I used their site to promote anti-war, anti-imperialism, and anti-capitalism.

        • No, FB doesn’t “explain” anything. It’s an automatic response from them to me when something happened to my profile account. FB said someone tried to gain access, the email didn’t say if anyone actually did access my account.

          FB wants proof that I am the actual person for this account, hence the photo ID. There are no photos of me on FB. FB also said I could give them two other types of ID, such as a utility bill.

          In the past, I was allowed to re-login by answering questions about recent activity on my profile, such as comments I made.

  13. In my experience, even if you were to send a photo, they might still not reactivate your account. You’re dealing with algorithms, not people, so it’s easy to fall between those cracks. Fb is extremely intrusive and hopefully will become surplus to requirement before much longer. That thought sustains me.

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  15. Hi Lo, why is your Facebook account locked ? I have shared this post on my Facebook and MeWe pages and on my Minds channel. I hope your Facebook page is unlocked ASAP. Charles

    • Thanks for sharing the posts, Charles as always.

      FB sent an email message saying “someone tried to use your account”, or something along those lines. So, I really don’t know.

      FB is requesting a screenshot of a photo ID and I will not do that, so I may never be able to access either my personal account or the DS Page again.

      The DS Page is still active but as I’m the only administrator it’s essentially locked down, too.

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