I just got this fucking message after I've been muted several other times this y...ear!
I keep appealing & appealing but you ghouls never read or respond to them!
Just a few days before this I was muted from commenting
& every fucking time I'd post something new to a facebook group it would get automatica
“Thanks for your report - you did the right thing by letting us know about this. We looked over the Page you reported, but we ...never let Community Standards impact ad revenue. We don’t care if a Page or something shared on it is offensive,
“If you think we should look at something specific on this or another Page, you can report that to us — but we’ll just keep sending this same text.”
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The World Economic Forum produced a short video about our effort to bring connectivity to the currently unconnected.
The high-resolution settlement layer (HRSL) data is released through Columbia University's Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN): https://ciesin.columbia.edu/data/hrsl/
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Our recent note on cross-country friendships in Europe, which have been growing and display an interesting annual pattern: https://research.fb.com/facebook-friendships-in-europe/
Our latest collaboration with researchers at UC San Diego and Yale shows that online social interactions are linked to longer life, much as offline social interactions are.
In honor of International Cat Day we researched a few questions about the people who like cats and those like dogs: Who has more friends, cat people or dog people? Who's more likely to be single? What TV shows do we curl up to watch together? https://research.facebook.com/blog/cat-people-dog-people/
Data Science + AI + HCI = A more accessible world! We conducted a qualitative study with Cornell University last year to understand blind people's experience online, especially the challenges they have and the strategies they take for interacting with visual content. These findings informed how we designed automatic alternative (alt) text technology that we are releasing today!
Our latest study at the Journal of Labor Economics shows that both strong and weak ties are important to finding a job. Weak ties are important for their quantity, and strong ties for their quality.
Do jobs run in families? Are twins more likely than siblings to choose the same profession? https://research.facebook.com/blog/do-jobs-run-in-families-/
Our latest study at CSCW shows that when people share more difficult feelings on Facebook using the feeling annotation tool, like "feeling upset" or "feeling frustrated" they get far longer and more supportive comments.
Where do friends of Broncos and Panthers fans live? Which team's fans have the most fan friendships? We looked at patterns in the three billion friendships shared by 35 million NFL fans. Happy #FriendsDay and #SuperBowl week!
How connected are you to everyone else in the world? You've heard of "six degrees of separation"? The average is actually 3.57. Find your own score and read more here.
The Internet's effect on your well-being depends on how you use it. In a new paper, we compare two sets of longitudinal studies fifteen years apart on the effects of Internet use on well-being. In these two very different contexts the results are the same: Talking with close friends online is linked to improvements in well-being while talking to strangers is not. We also discuss some methodological challenges facing researchers in this field.
In honor of National Coming Out Day (October 11) and #SpiritDay (October 15), this post examines how some highly-public moments for the LGBT community affected support for this movement and the rate at which people came out on Facebook. https://research.facebook.com/…/america-s-coming-out-on-fa…/
The diversity and unity of India, as reflected in data.