Many people have disappeared because of their Facebook account.
Trinh Xuan Kuen was accidentally disabled on Facebook after uploading a photo ordered by friends.
Nguyen, an employee at the Ho Chi Minh City bureau, said on Aug. 18. When she logged into the Facebook app this morning, she received the message “Account Suspended” for violating community standards. “A year ago my account was also suspended for accidentally ‘sharing’ a link to a video. But since then I’ve been very careful not to tell my friends about weird links,” Quinn said.
At first she thought the account had been deactivated due to an incident last year. However, after consulting with her friends and service advisors, she discovered that it was a prank by her friends.
“Last night a friend sent me a collage that didn’t look very good. Half of the picture was a girl in a dress. The rest was a picture of a boy sleeping without pants. The friend said the picture is simple. Excuse me. I asked him to cut out the boy’s picture and send it to him. I didn’t know the picture was a little sensitive so I followed it. Facebook announced that my account was suspended for violating community standards. said Quien.
In the Facebook support groups, many people have reported that we are receiving messages with similar images and content. Since they received it from people they know, they are locked out of their account and trust that they will follow.
According to Tran Tan Tuan, a Facebook services specialist, the number of people asking to have their accounts restored has increased significantly in recent days, with a common theme being baby photos.
Disabling Facebook accounts from sharing sensitive links, videos and images like Thanh Tuan’s is nothing new. However, many people still don’t fully understand Facebook’s policies as they only know that they violated their accounts by banning them. Facebook’s policies are constantly updated to protect the community. In Quen’s case, the AI system recognized the boy’s pantsless image as a content violation, so the account was banned.
Do Xuan Anh, a spokesman for a unit specializing in managing large fan sites in Ho Chi Minh City, said Article 14, Section III of the Community Standards clearly prohibits the distribution of adult nudity and sex on Facebook. In this social network, the protection of minors is given special attention in Article 26 Part VI. “So far, Facebook often scans links with sensitive content. However, the new algorithm has updated content deemed sensitive, such as photos of children without panties. However, the possibility of using the algorithm was not ruled out. Facebook’s calculation is wrong. so that users can appeal according to the guidelines,” said Mr. Xuan Anh.
According to experts, users can appeal or request service providers to restore their accounts. The recovery time depends on the number of injuries. Mr Tuan said: “Just like in the case of Xuan Quyin, who broke the rules last year, this time he made a mistake again, so he can be banned forever.”
Meanwhile, Mr. Xuan Anh said that if it was a joke, there was nothing to worry about. But it becomes an especially serious problem when more people use Facebook’s policies to deceive and destroy others. Currently, many “dirty” service providers are often called to participate in some bad trends that are causing users to lose their accounts. The same people return to the groups by posting ads to win back accounts and make profits. Some people use the user information to control the account and blackmail the victim.
“I’ve had many instances where users contacted the service to get their accounts, days later they were suspected and ransomed because the other party had full access to the user’s personal information. The weakness of these people is data loss. The account spread sensitive content, and they had to pay money to avoid “swallowing the soap” and ruining their reputation,” Xuan Anh said.
According to experts, users should update their content at Facebook community level and never share links, videos and sensitive images to avoid losing your account. They should also limit interactions with third-party accounts or click on third-party links.
If Facebook shuts down, users are welcome to follow the opt-out guidelines. If you don’t know, contact trusted service providers, don’t be stupid, you can give personal information to strangers.