“After one of its own community pages was arbitrarily removed from Facebook for no apparent reason, CrossFit leapt into the conversation about social media censorship by openly proclaiming that it will have no further involvement with the Mark Zuckerberg mafia, which continues to trample free speech and the First Amendment.

“Facebook’s action should give any serious person reason to pause, especially those of us engaged in activities contrary to prevailing opinion,” reads a portion of an official statement issued by CrossFit about why the company is basically cutting ties with Silicon Valley.”


Reminds me of the Mexican teen doxxed by CNN.

The Facebook user, a private citizen residing in New York, who allegedly created and posted the viral video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi appearing to sound drunk has now received several ominous threats via Twitter since The Daily Beast colluded with Facebook to dox him last night. “https://bigleaguepolitics.com/doxxed-citizen-receives-ominous-threats-after-daily-beast-doxxed-him-for-sharing-pelosi-video/

“Those signals include a wide range of on and off-platform behavior. If you praise the wrong individual, interview them, or appear at events alongside them, Facebook may categorize you as a “hate agent.”https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2019/06/13/exclusive-facebooks-process-to-label-you-a-hate-agent-revealed/

Facebook  obtained personal and sensitive device data on about 187,000 users of its now-defunct Research app, which Apple banned earlier this year after the app violated its rules.

The social media giant said in a letter to Sen. Richard Blumenthal’s office — which TechCrunch obtained — that it collected data on 31,000 users in the U.S., including 4,300 teenagers. The rest of the collected data came from users in India.”


“A couple weeks ago, 1P5 got the treatment from Facebook, which banned a link to this article, entitled: “Bishop Schneider: The Christian Faith Is the Only Valid and the Only God-Willed Religion.”

Why? Because of some vaguely asserted violation of “community standards”: