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Overall Satisfaction Rating 3.11/5
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    Rated with 4 stars
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    Original review: May 31, 2020

    This is a free social media service, so we hardly have the right to complain. The only things I do want to point out is that the "fact checker" has been caught in lies on several occasions. I don't think it should exist at all. People will believe what they want to believe no matter what. Then there is the new scrolling bar on notifications. It is difficult to move if the user has a shaky hand and a lot of people have disease or illness that causes their hand to shake, but would like to be able to navigate notifications to keep in contact with friends and loved ones.

    3 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 5 stars
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    Original review: Oct. 22, 2019

    Facebook is a great way to stay in contact with your family and friends. It is completely free and I highly recommend it. I’m able to upload as many Photos as I would like. I’m able to see the news and keep up with the day-to-day festivities. I’m also able to invite my family of friends to 30 of it I keep up with invites that I was invited to as well. I like that they notify me of events coming up because I often forget.. I would highly recommend.

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      Rated with 4 stars
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      Original review: Oct. 19, 2019

      Facebook would be better if its mobile design was less buggy. I can't update certain aspects, such as my profile likes, personal info, or even my rectangular photo (the one above your profile picture), unless I'm on the desktop version. Also, the alerts are SUPER annoying, so I've finally silenced them all. I was in high school when FB first debuted, so I've pretty much been with them since the beginning. I stopped when it got to be like this "mom/dad-aged crew, hey old junior high pals, we're all in our fifties now!" kind of arena. It has become the old fogies' platform, or people complaining about their lives, or red button drama (politics, religion, current events). It was great when it was the way to keep tabs on your ex-boyfriend, to make sure he's not doing better without you, but now it's just not useful.

      2 people found this review helpful
      Rated with 4 stars
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      Original review: Oct. 18, 2019

      I enjoy Facebook every day. Recently I've joined several groups and some of the posts are incredible. One group has such a variety of posts between humor, beautiful videos to baking and cooking. These posts are from all over the world and really give some new and awesome ideas for the table. Learning about different cultures is one of my greatest interests so I get much pleasure from watching. One of the other groups is my high school. It's very small without much money and the alumni is loyal to the bone. I'm just sorry I didn't join earlier.

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      Rated with 4 stars
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      Original review: Oct. 10, 2019

      Facebook is free to use and is a good place to express yourself about anything from politics to jokes. You can post pictures and such however, I would never ever post anything personal because you would not want to invite strangers into your lives. You never know who might steal your personal pictures and use them nefariously. In addition, you do not want people to know when you are away from your home on vacation. I only use it to post political stuff and to tease my sister and friends. Other than that, Facebook is a good way to stay connected on social media.

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      Rated with 2 stars
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      Original review: Aug. 7, 2020

      Facebook has been a godsend but lately they're deleting posts that don’t go against the community rules. You only find out after it’s been posted and receive message informing it’s been removed and no way to dispute this and it’s not going against the rules. They need to start checking the real violent and racist post that don’t get removed.

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      Rated with 1 star
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      Original review: July 26, 2020

      About two months ago, my philosophy would penalized for a post a member tried to submit. The thing is, the post never made it to our page. We never approved it and in fact deleted it, and it still shows up as a violation in the group quality section. And today, Facebook muted my account for 30 day, citing violation of community standards, for this post I made about three years ago: <>

      The picture I included was a screenshot of the site page. If you read the post in context against my page and all the comments, you quickly realize I am actually making fun of the site, not endorsing it. But not only does Facebook not do that anymore, their algorithms are searching through our entire history trying to dig up dirt that they can punish us for today.

      There really is no point to Facebook anymore. And if I can convince the majority of my friends to leave it altogether for another platform, which I will sure be starting a campaign to do, there really is no reason to return to it. Why are we still on Facebook? What has it ever done for us really except give us a reason to waste time, let hate-groups run rampant while penalizing good people for comments they make, and steal our data?

      7 people found this review helpful
      Rated with 1 star
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      Original review: July 11, 2020

      I was blocked for 30 days for posting a non explicit picture of Bill de Blasio's Daughter riding on the NYC Subway. I seen women and men 1/2 or close to naked on the Facebook platform and it doesn't get taken down due to it being sexual content especially if a woman posted it but if a man posts that same content it is immediately blocked. Why is Facebook's algorithms bias towards male users' posts as well as being bias towards photos that have nothing explicit showing and being deemed as sexual exploitation when it's really going on in other peoples profiles along with racism and a fully clothed picture gets me banned for 30 days. Where's the freedom of speech in America if Facebook's content users and publishers are getting banned for using our rights to free speech and press.

      6 people found this review helpful
      Rated with 1 star
      Verified Reviewer
      Original review: July 7, 2020

      FB Violated My Right to Free Speech. My friend bought and LG TV from Shopee.com. It was delivered 3 days late. One day later it stopped working properly. She contacted Shopee and they told her to contact LG. LG sent a tech out that day. This just happened, July 3rd she received the tv and July 4th, it started malfunctioning. The tech told her the screen would need to be replaced, but she didn't want that considering the tv was new. She wanted a new, different tv or a full cash refund. LG told her Shopee would have to provide it. She called Shoppee, told them what happened and she wanted her money back. Shopee declined, stating she had used the online app to confirm delivery of the tv. What she did not know was that the fine print said if she confirmed delivery, it meant she would not be eligible to receive a cash refund. She was obviously not happy with this, and felt Shopee was not doing right by the customer.

      She contacted LG who said they would work with Shopee. Shopee would not return calls or seem to help in any way, so I posted pretty much what you are reading here on Facebook, both on Shopee's FB page and on LG's, along with pictures and a video of the tv not working. The next day, I could not log in to my Facebook account and after following the steps, they were not letting me back in. I had that account several years. But I opened another FB account and posted the same post again and immediately received notice I had violated community standards, even though my review was objective and factual. Later that account was also removed. This time I received written notice my account had been locked for violating community standards.

      I tried to open a 3rd account, but they identified my computer and immediately blocked that one, too. Facebook violated my right to free speech, when all I did was speak about the negative experience my friend had shopping for an LG tv. This is something people do every day and my review was very fair, considering the poor treatment, no calls back and lack of care she felt they provided. Now I am locked out of Facebook. This has never happened to me before and I am appalled FB would violate my right to free speech.

      6 people found this review helpful
      Rated with 1 star
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      Original review: July 6, 2020

      I tried to sign up for Facebook so I can create a page for my Avon business but they disabled my account because they claim I went against community standards. My issue is they allow Pornographic images, nudity, half-naked women, women dress like hookers, fake profiles with model photos. All I did is post an American flag as profile photo because its that time of the season to celebrate. I deem them as being unfair and being a very ungodly social network. Their Instagram the same, nothing but bots, ungodly images, Pornographic images, nudity, half-naked women, and fake profiles. They won't change their mind to undisable my account. I was going to block those who they allowed to bully me on Facebook.

      8 people found this review helpful
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