Some Internet users cannot digest being blocked by Facebook because of certain words they have used. This is the example of this Ivorian who expressed his anger for being blocked because of a simple emoticon.
The user claimed to have been bullied by Facebook for using a simple emoticon in a comment.
“Your comment did not meet our Community Standards,” Facebook notified him.
Shocked by this notification, the Ivorian captured it and posted it on his page.
”It blocks me because of the hammer, I mean the hammer, not even the chainsaw! I can’t laugh with my friends anymore ? ”, He wondered.
He then posted the photo of Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, and addressed him scathingly:
”You are nobody’s father here! You won’t teach us how to talk to people. I insult who I want and when I want. You have the lack of respect!”
In the comments of the post, his followers informed him that his account could be deleted in the coming days, because of this post.
Other Internet users (who have been in the same case) have given it strength.
“We really need to think about creating an association of discontent against Mark Zuckerberg. He plays with us too much
We will start to insult people in our local languages. We’ll see if Facebook will block us again”, a-t-on lu.