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The hinges of my jaw are not large enough to accommodate the drop it wants to do.

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  • You reported Should Miri Mogilevsky be murdered ? for harassment.
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    Status This page wasn’t removed
    Details Thank you for taking the time to report something that you feel may violate our Community Standards. Reports like yours are an important part of making Facebook a safe and welcoming environment. We reviewed the page you reported for harassment and found it doesn’t violate our community standard on bullying and harassment.

    Note: If you have an issue with something on the page, be sure to report the content (ex: a photo), not the entire page. That way, your report will be more accurately reviewed.

So Facebook won’t remove a page that suggests that a named woman should be murdered.

This is war.

Comments

  1. mattsmom says

    I got the same message; there is an option to provide feedback, which I did. I quoted their own bullying and harassment policy words back to them and asked how a page that specifically asked how a real person should be murdered didn’t meet their criteria.

  2. captainahags says

    It’d be interesting to see how FB would react to a “Should Mark Zuckerberg be murdered?” page. Somehow I’m sure that would be taken down right quick.

  3. Omar Puhleez says

    I humbly suggest that Arsebook may have legal problems should some nutcase answer ‘yes’ and perpetrate such a murder.

  4. rnilsson says

    #3, It might be proposed as a hypothetical: “How should … etc” if I may present a hypothetical form.
    Could generate much exposure to ads.

  5. solarsister says

    I also reported the page, and got the same response. Then I reported a specific post, which said this:

    We should not ever break the law. Rather, we should advocate , through lawful land constitutional processes, to have the law changed so that it is legal to kill Miri Mogilevsy. Alternatively, we should, where legal, request that Miria Mogilevsky kill herself. Relevant laws should be changed so that suicide, and advocating suicide, is legal. Otherwise, you should not encourage or assist anyone in committing suicide, nor should you kill yourself.

    …and got the same response again. What the fuck.

  6. says

    Yes, same for me. It seems odd that there’s no “this page has been removed” notification, but if it’s down, good.

    I used the feedback thing to shout at them very loudly. That’s probably what did the trick. :D

  7. F [is for failure to emerge] says

    I find it quite believable. Lots of people suck, and so does FB, a paragon of corporate suckage.

  8. A Hermit says

    solarsister

    I also reported the page, and got the same response. Then I reported a specific post….

    I reported the same post, after reporting the page. Got the same numbskull response…

  9. A Hermit says

    There is an option to provide feedback at the bottom of Facebook’s response. I made good use of mine…

    I also noticed I gt the same response when I reported the “Fire Rebecca Watson” which was later taken down. I suspect the first round of complaints just go to a bot that rejects them…

  10. Andrew B. says

    I got the same message, originally as well. I wonder if any “administrator” actually checks until the page has received a certain number of complaints.

  11. unbound says

    My guess is that an automated tool created the original reply that it didn’t find anything wrong with the page. There was probably enough feedback to the automated message that an actual person looked at it and said, “oh shit” and took it down.

  12. theoreticalgrrrl says

    I just got the same reply.

    This is their policy on bullying/harassment:
    “Facebook does not tolerate bullying or harassment. We allow users to speak freely on matters and people of public interest, but take action on all reports of abusive behavior directed at private individuals. Repeatedly targeting other users with unwanted friend requests or messages is a form of harassment.”

  13. ChrisG says

    I got the same dismissive message and responded back asking how a page advocating the murder of a person, in its very name, could not be seen as anything other than threatening? FB is making it easier and easier to drop it.

  14. thephilosophicalprimate says

    I suspect that this the issue here is a ‘bot spitting out a very poorly worded autoreply. No ‘bot should ever give an answer that sounds like a decision issuing from actual human authority. The default should be “This matter is being investigated” or “Initial automated review does not warrant immediate blockage, but further complaints will be investigated by an actual person” or some such so that facebook doesn’t give the impression of being callous corporate tools when no actual person is being callous and the (initial) decision is being made by a literal tool.

  15. Bjarte Foshaug says

    When you deactivate your Facebook account, you are asked to provided a reason for leaving. I made it very clear that I didn’t want anything to do with a site the finds that sort of thing acceptable. I don’t know if anyone will ever read it, and even if they do I don’t have any illusion that it will make a quark of difference, but anyway I’m done with FB.

    @unbound #17/@thephilosophicalprimate #20
    That’s definitely my impression as well. In fact, I got the same reply as everyone else except that parts of the text was in Norwegian (my first language). I guess they’re not finished translating all their standard responses yet :-P

    Anyway I agree that it’s f**king incompetent to allow a bot to fire off an automatic response that clearly indicates that they have indeed looked into it and found the site to be acceptable. It sure as hell doesn’t make me any more partial to stick around.

  16. AMM says

    Why do I not find this surprising from a corporation founded, so it is said, for the purpose of supplying its founder (Mark Zuckerberg) with an endless supply of willing females (not “women,” as that would imply they are seen as human)? The freeze peach of dudebros is what counts, not the lives of females.

    In the dudebro world — which is to say, the world we live in — hatred and murder of women is seen as just business as usual. For more evidence, just read the paper. Every few days I read about some dude who kills (or tries to kill) his wife or SO or some woman he has a hangup about: buried in the local news section, along with the missing dog stories.

    Twisty Faster’s line — “Men hate you” — seems less and less like an exaggeration every year.

  17. resident_alien says

    Oh.My.Fuck.
    I can’t even tell you how sickening this is.
    Call me a German, but the public posing of a “hypothetical” question on whether ANY person should be murdered makes me shiver. That the person in question here just so happens to be Jewish opens even greater dimensions of NOT REMOTELY FUNNY.
    What is wrong with some people?!?
    Miri, if you read this, I am so sorry you have to put up with this shit.

  18. says

    So it’s maybe a bot spitting out an automated no – but that just moves the questions back a step. Why THE HELL would it set up its bot to refuse to do anything about a page that chats about murdering a real, named person?

    We’re not talking about arrests, or citations, or firings, or notifying the perps’ parents. It’s just a matter of taking down a Facebook page. The bar doesn’t need to be that high! Especially not when it comes to gossip about MURDER.

    Remember high school (and younger) kids? Remember suicides?

    Facebook is appalling.

  19. demonhellfish says

    And if their stated policy disallowed threats but allowed harassment, that might be slightly relevant. But it’s not.

  20. Pierre Masson says

    Maybe give Facebook owners a taste of their own medicine – create the exact same page but replace “Miri Mogilevsky” by “Mark Zuckerberg”? Wonder how long it would stay up?
    P.

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