Facebook apologizes to those affected by real-name policy snafu, improvements inbound

By Shawn Knight
Oct 1, 2014
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  1. Facebook has issued a public apology over its real-name policy after coming under fire for locking San Francisco-area drag queens out of their accounts and requesting they use their real names instead of stage names. The social network also told...

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  2. Radient

    Radient TS Rookie Posts: 43

    Why would anyone use facebook a platform like that needs to be peer to peer open source. This just another why to troll people by reporting fake names.
  3. I knew it, the head of product division at Facebook is a Cox. Irony.
  4. 63Jax

    63Jax TS Enthusiast Posts: 84

    Why do FB pays attention to these...creatures and they even apologize, if we normal people ask for something they don't care, but these, what ever they are, get it! :/
  5. A bit of a coincidence that you call yourself 63Jax and Rule 63 is about gender swapping.
  6. Think he should be called 63JudgyMcjudgepeeps. It is weird that, he has a complaint about facebook, a self confessed ad campaign that really doesn't care about the people on it, because, they are not really their customers, their customers, are those who buy space for adds, and post viral videos such as the cute kitten, or the dog getting its brains smashed in by some sick human.
    Facebook is one of them awful things, for the sheep of the world who buy prebuilt systems from con job shops like pc world who charge twice as much as the components inside are worth. Its for the morons.
    So its unsurprising really that Jax is on there, probably spouting some hate speech, as he clearly showed his disgust for people who, dress to entertain. Heaven forbid a human finds some way to pay the bills and live a life they can be happy with.
  7. risc32

    risc32 TS Booster Posts: 186   +75

    because they're "special". they probably should wear all that crap for their driver's license photo. on second thought, I bet they already do.

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