Don't know why, but Facebook had taken to censoring my comments.
In reply to a "wind turbines aren't green" showing buried blades I posted a comment on how fiberglass recycling has only recently been possible:
Comment about covid delaying the ATSC 3.0 (next gen TV broadcasts, up to 4K) rollout in Houston. I've also noticed mentioning COVID in any way tends to get a comment blocked.
I used the "disagree with decision" option every time, but just got this covid 🙄 excuse for why they wouldn't look into it.
Rather lame excuse for an internet based company.
I signed up for Facebook to communicate with friends and family. If Facebook is going to actively prevent me from doing so then there's no point in using Facebook - so I've deleted my account. Was surprised to see that it takes 30 days for the deletion to occur:
My dad's off Facebook now too, though not because he wanted to. Last Friday somebody hacked into his account then changed his password, email, and phone number. Facebook sent my dad an email about the password change with a click here if you did not change it. We clicked here, but the recover process only gave the option to send the recovery email to the hacker's email account?!?!? When we declined that Facebook's response was they couldn't help us. What good is the email with a click here if you did not change it option if it can't recover the account to the email address that message was sent to? So dad tried to sign up for another account, but Facebook would not let him.