• Facebook Blocks #DiedSuddenly Hashtag

    Facebook has hidden posts with the “#diedsuddenly” hashtag because it claims that some of these posts violate its far-reaching community standards. When users search for this hashtag, no results are displayed and Facebook shows a message stating that the results are hidden.

    While Facebook doesn’t specify which rules these posts allegedly violated, Twitter users have been using the hashtag to share news stories about people who died suddenly. Most of these Twitter posts note that those who died were fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and allude to there being a connection between the vaccines and their deaths.

    If Facebook users are posting similar content under this hashtag, the posts are likely to violate the tech giant’s ban on a wide range of COVID-19 vaccine claims.

    Source: Reclaim the Net
    Facebook Blocks #DiedSuddenly Hashtag Facebook has hidden posts with the “#diedsuddenly” hashtag because it claims that some of these posts violate its far-reaching community standards. When users search for this hashtag, no results are displayed and Facebook shows a message stating that the results are hidden. While Facebook doesn’t specify which rules these posts allegedly violated, Twitter users have been using the hashtag to share news stories about people who died suddenly. Most of these Twitter posts note that those who died were fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and allude to there being a connection between the vaccines and their deaths. If Facebook users are posting similar content under this hashtag, the posts are likely to violate the tech giant’s ban on a wide range of COVID-19 vaccine claims. Source: Reclaim the Net
  • China: As Shanghai lockdowns are announced, the panic buying seems to have started.

    "So stressful to have to think about getting enough food for the family, having to line up and struggle to buy whatever you can and then dealing with this kind of violence erupting too."

    Right now, the hashtag "Pudong Supermarket" is up to 130 million views on Weibo. This video shared on socials shows chaotic scenes.
    China: As Shanghai lockdowns are announced, the panic buying seems to have started. "So stressful to have to think about getting enough food for the family, having to line up and struggle to buy whatever you can and then dealing with this kind of violence erupting too." Right now, the hashtag "Pudong Supermarket" is up to 130 million views on Weibo. This video shared on socials shows chaotic scenes.
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