I am very much disturbed about Facebook. When I opened my FB page moments ago, a notice to me popped out that FB had received reports that a certain post I made on FB violated FB community standards.
And I was asked to review this particular post.
It turned out to be Part 1 of Senator Vicente Sotto III turno en contra speech which I had pasted verbatim on my Facebook page from the Senate website. (Later, I posted the same on this blog. )
I am being flagged by FB for posting a senator’s speech?
Is it possible someone claimed this public speech is protected by COPYRIGHT?
I don’t believe this. Someone reported me to FB because I posted a senator’s speech. I want to know what community standards I violated.
So if my personal FB page goes down again, you will know why.
BECAUSE I POSTED PART I OF SENATOR VICENTE SOTTO III’s TURNO EN CONTRA SPEECH on FAcebook.
Here’s a partial screen cap of the FB notice I received just minutes ago.
I told my hubby Alan about it. He said he had received the same notice: