Facebook users faces problems when they upload a post and try to kosher it. But a message comes from Facebook that this post cannot be shared due to any violation.
Many users get confused because of what exactly is the violation. But now Facebook has decided to end this problem of theirs.
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According to Meta Facebook Users will be better explained why their uploaded post is being blocked from being kosher or even uploaded.
This is because Meta wants to protect its users from major bans. Meta said in a blog post that some Facebook users face ‘Facebook Jail’. And they don’t understand what they have done wrong and why they are being prevented from posting.
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Now to fix this issue so that users know their mistake, Metta has decided to update Facebook’s notifications and content rules. A ‘strike’ system is applied to a user’s account for violating certain rules by Facebook.
Depending on the strikes, users may face a one-day to thirty-day ban that prevents them from uploading anything or possibly sharing it after it’s uploaded.
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But now Metta is trying to change the system of these strikes. The company says that a one-day ban will be faced only when seven strikes have been applied to a user’s account.
The new system will make it clear to users why their post was deleted and why they are now facing a ban.