Such a bad bear… The jail account is in jail for three days.
What a good sacrificial lamb.
So, apparently I am a real problem child for Facebook. I may be on a watch list at this point.
It may be important for those that post content such as this to protect themselves a bit more by changing the hash values for the files that we post. What is a hash value? It is basically a mathematical value derived by analyzing the file itself. They are like fingerprints for an image. One of the easiest ways to change the hash value is to use the windows snipping tool to take a shot of the image but make one of the edges slightly smaller. then you can paste it to Facebook. The image will look the same, but will be mathematically night and day.
So, I landed in Facebook Jail again.
The same day that Facebook announced that they were adding 3000 staffers to patrol Facebook they deemed one of the images on a page that I run to be in violation of their community standards.
Since it has been a while since that page ran afoul of their standards, I only incurred a 24 hour sentence. I have had three days and possibly a week before. I suspect that the team that does this is overseas and not applying an American standard. The last time that this happened, I removed Gigglez as an admin on the page as they were blocking her as well.
I have appealed but do not expect any movement, but they can kiss my ass, as I do not care.
If you have never been in FB Jail, you can view your page, but not do anything other than read or play the games etc. No comments, no shares, not even something as simple as a like on something.
This is a very similar image. I believe that mine was even more covered by the underwear. I do not recall seeing any of the “nose” at all. It was just alluding to the nose. Since they delete the image, I cannot remember for sure. I posted it weeks/months ago on an 18+ only page, as in your account must say that you are 18+ to view the page.