Some users have reported that they can not release security violations affecting 50 million Facebook users. This problem seems to affect only certain items of a particular outlet. In this case it is from The Guardian and the other is a reputable news organization from The Associated Press.
Some users, including staff who can duplicate this bug, shared their news feed, received the following error message:
According to this message, Facebook reports that it is spam for widespread delivery, or reports a system observation that "many people publish the same content" like messages.
Clearly, Facebook moderators sitting behind the screen refusing to link somewhere, and the company is not fighting against users who are broadcasting overwhelming news. The situation is another exaggeration of Facebook's automatic content tagging tool that marks legitimate content as illegal and in this case is displayed as spam. But it is strange and difficult to understand why such bugs do not affect many other bugs that regularly become viruses on the social platform.
This instance is by no means the first one for Facebook. Automated tools on platforms operating on an unprecedented scale for social networks are censored of legitimate publications and are said to report offensive content and can not detect harassment or disgust. We contacted Facebook on this, but the company seems to be very busy with today's most important news.
The incident is not particularly new, but it is a strange mystery. Bad news will affect Facebook itself, so in this case it's pretty bad.
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