Yes, they did it to Mahathir! Facebook blocks links from Facebook to his blog, chedet.cc

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Facebook removes Dr M’s ‘Chinese Dilemma’, cites violation of community standards – See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/facebook-removes-dr-ms-chinese-dilemma-cites-violation-of-community-standar#sthash.M59SRtlt.dpuf

WHAT GOES ROUND COMES ROUND, AGAIN!

DON’T PLAY PLAY WITH FACEBOOK, EVEN IF YOU ARE DR MAHATHIR!

On 26/7/2013, Facebook removed one of Dr Mahathir’s articles.

This time, Facebook has blocked links to his Page!

Android’s Facebook application came up with this warning: “Something went wrong”. Your post failed. The action attempted has been deemed abusive or is otherwise disallowed.”

Facebook bars Dr M’s blog

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KUALA LUMPUR: FACEBOOK, the global social networking behemoth with 1.28 billion active users, has barred users from establishing direct links to chedet.cc, the blog site of former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

No official reason has been offered, although users can still copy and paste Dr Mahathir’s writings onto their status page for public viewing.

Attempts to form a link were met with this pop-up: “You can’t post this because it has a blocked link. The content you’re trying to share includes a link that our security systems detected to be unsafe. Please remove this link to continue. If you think you’re seeing this by mistake, please let us know.”

Android’s Facebook application came up with this warning: “Something went wrong”. Your post failed. The action attempted has been deemed abusive or is otherwise disallowed.”

It is not known when the barring was instituted but Dr Mahathir’s latest posting, “The Jews”, was especially searing, a commentary giving his historical perspective on how Israel transmogrified from pitied Jews emerging from the Holocaust to a monster worse than Nazis bent on killing Arabs, particularly Palestinians.

The barring was detected to have to have spread across the World Wide Web and Android and IOS platforms, but users circumvented the block by copy and pasting wholesale Dr Mahathir’s latest posting, which appeared untrammelled.

YAHOO! NEWS MALAYSIA
(https://my.news.yahoo.com/facebook-bars-dr-m-blog-000430324.html)

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THE MAN WHO CENSORED EVERYTHING AND EVERYONE THAT DISAGREED WITH HIM IS NOW CENSORED!

By Facebook…

What goes round comes round….

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Facebook users can anonymously report any posts that they believe violate the social network’s community standards by clicking on a link on each post.

A post which receives enough complaints will then be investigated by Facebook’s User Operations team, and it will then be removed if the team decides that it has violated the standards.

It is believed that Dr Mahathir’s article may have been removed for promoting hate speech, which according to Facebook includes attacks on people based on their actual or perceived race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, disability or disease.

Facebook removes Dr M’sChinese Dilemma‘, cites violation of

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Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad

(Admin) Kelmarin pihak admin telah meletakkan satu rencana yang di tulis oleh mantan Perdana Menteri kita ini yang bertajuk The Chinese Dilemma. Artikel tersebut telah disiarkan di New Straits Times pada 26/7/2013.
Hari ini facebook memaklumkan bahawa artikel tersebut telah dibuangkan kerana telah melanggar community standard, konon nya. Ini bermakna ramai telah tersentuh dan menentang serta komplen apa yang ditulis oleh YAB Tun kepada facebook.
Anda baca sendiri di New Straits Times web edition dan tentukan sendiri samada ia melanggar community standard facebook atau ia lebih menyerlahkan apa yang dipanggil “unpleasant Truth”

Google translation
Dr.. Mahathir bin Mohamad
16 hours ago via mobile
(Admin) Yesterday, the admin has put a plan in writing by the former Prime Minister is entitled The Chinese Dilemma. The article was published in the New Straits Times on 07/26/2013.
Facebook today announced that the article has been removed for breaching community standards, supposedly his. This means that many have been touched and fight and complain about what was written by the Honorable Tun on facebook.
You read it yourself in the New Straits Times web edition and set yourself whether it violates community standards facebook or highlight what it called the unpleasant Truth”

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FACEBOOK REMOVES DR MAHATHIR’S ‘CHINESE DILEMMA’!

FOR VIOLATION OF COMMUNITY STANDARDS!

YAHOO! NEWS MALAYSIA

Facebook removes Dr M’s ‘Chinese Dilemma’, cites violation of community standards

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 1 — An article by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad on “The Chinese Dilemma” has been removed by Facebook for allegedly violating its community standards, according to the former prime minister’s Facebook page’s administrator.

The column piece, originally published in English daily New Straits Times (NST) and then posted on Dr Mahathir’s Facebook page, painted a portrait of Chinese Malaysians in a dilemma, caught ostensibly between their thirst for political control while retaining their economic clout and the decades-old power-sharing formula.

“Today, Facebook has informed us that the article was removed for violating its supposed community standards. This means there were many who were disturbed and opposed, and complained to Facebook against what Tun wrote,” said a posting by an administrator who identified himself as “KN”. The original posting had received more than two million likes.

It is believed that Dr Mahathir’s article may have been removed for promoting hate speech, which according to Facebook includes attacks on people based on their actual or perceived race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, disability or disease.

“We do, however, allow clear attempts at humor (sic) or satire that might otherwise be considered a possible threat or attack. This includes content that many people may find to be in bad taste,” Facebook explained in its “Help” page.

Other categories under Facebook’s Community Standards include violence and threats, self-harm, bullying and harassment, graphic content, nudity and pornography, intellectual property, and spam.

The majority of the hundreds of commenters on KN’s post defended Dr Mahathir for writing his column, labelling him as one of the few Malay leaders “brave enough” to criticise the Chinese community.

Many of the comments were also laced with racial slurs and name-calling towards the Chinese community, especially towards the Chinese-majority opposition party DAP, which Dr Mahathir had slammed in his column.

http://my.news.yahoo.com/facebook-removes-dr-m-chinese-dilemma-cites-violation-073200752.html

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KLIK ! LAPORAN KONTROVERSI & SENSASI!

Thursday, August 01, 2013

TERKINI! ARTIKEL TUN DR MAHATHIR DIBUANG DARIPADA FACEBOOK BELIAU SENDIRI !

Hari ini admin Facebook Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad telah megeluarkan satu kenyataan yang mengejutkan!


Sila baca :

(Admin) Kelmarin pihak admin telah meletakkan satu rencana yang di tulis oleh mantan Perdana Menteri kita ini yang bertajuk The Chinese Dilemma. Artikel tersebut telah disiarkan di New Straits Times pada 26/7/2013.

Hari ini facebook memaklumkan bahawa artikel tersebut telah dibuangkan kerana telah melanggar community standard, konon nya. Ini bermakna ramai telah tersentuh dan menentang serta komplen apa yang ditulis oleh YAB Tun kepada facebook.

Anda baca sendiri di New Straits Times web edition dan tentukan sendiri samada ia melanggar community standard facebook atau ia lebih menyerlahkan apa yang dipanggil “unpleasant Truth”

http://networkedblogs.com/NHTnn

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The Mahathir Dilemma: When to speak up and when not to.

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