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A New Review Policy For Pages and Groups - What to do now?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Mark Zuckerberg, Jul 2, 2013.

  1. Mark Zuckerberg

    Mark Zuckerberg Registered Member

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    Should we stopped posting 3rd parties websites link on pages now ? or its still save?


    June 28, 2013

    Facebook is a place for people to connect and share. It?s also a place where businesses can connect and share content with the people who love their brands. Our goal is to both preserve the freedoms of sharing on Facebook but also protect people and brands from certain types of content.
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    We know that marketers work hard to promote their brands, and we take their objectives seriously. While we already have rigorous review and removal policies for content against our terms, we recognize we need to do more to prevent situations where ads are displayed alongside controversial Pages and Groups. So we are taking action.
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    Beginning on Monday, we will implement a new review process for determining which Pages and Groups should feature ads alongside their content. This process will expand the scope of Pages and Groups that should be ad-restricted. By the end of the week, we will remove ads from all Pages and Groups that fall into this new, more expansive restricted list.
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    For example, we will now seek to restrict ads from appearing next to Pages and Groups that contain any violent, graphic or sexual content (content that does not violate our community standards). Prior to this change, a Page selling adult products was eligible to have ads appear on its right-hand side; now there will not be ads displayed next to this type of content.
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    In order to be thorough, this review process will be manual at first, but in the coming weeks we will build a more scalable, automated way to prevent and/or remove ads appearing next to controversial content. All of this will improve detection of what qualifies as questionable content, which means we?ll do a better job making sure advertising messages appear next to brand-appropriate Pages and Groups. While these changes won't have a meaningful impact on Facebook's business, they will result in benefits to people and marketers.
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    Like any digital platform, we?re not going to be perfect but we will be much better. We?ll continue to work aggressively on this issue with advertisers. We are confident the immediate steps we?re taking will result in a significantly improved approach to preventing these instances from occurring, and we are committed to making this process work for everyone who uses Facebook.

     
  2. mak3r

    mak3r Senior Member

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    i think they mean they will remove their own ads from some pages
     
  3. prabhavikki

    prabhavikki Junior Member

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    Lost my 75k and 390k page due to this..
     
  4. mak3r

    mak3r Senior Member

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    u used third party ads? like mylikes?

    if yes it a reason to ban you even without that update
     
  5. jmanic

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    guys they are saying the will remove there own ads on the right hand side
     
  6. santiago22

    santiago22 Regular Member

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    from where you have this review?
     
  7. Mark Zuckerberg

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    Facebook News
     
  8. prabhavikki

    prabhavikki Junior Member

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    Yes ..i used to share mylikes links and also my blog links..
     
  9. worldismine

    worldismine Regular Member

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    Yeah but by removing their own ads, which they do manually they will remove every overspammed fanpage they see.
     
  10. santiago22

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    worldismine - really? they do that manually? shit,
     
  11. chrisis4ever

    chrisis4ever Regular Member

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    I created the original addmefast.com which was a myspace app to add other users for gaming apps like mobsters . I put this in my personal profile facebook sent me a c&d and deleted all my fan pages and my account until I could prove I didn't still own it . (some fan pages still missing) screenshot.jpg this was 2012 , lawyers and coders have been on this issue a long time.
     
  12. SpookSEO

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    What would be the effect on pages or groups if facebook remove their own ads? From what I understood, facebook will be the one who will pull out their ads.