So I am in the middle of changing all of my passwords. The reasons for that will be discussed in an upcoming post within the next few weeks, but it involves a data breach. I deactivated my Facebook account more than a year ago. I have not logged in since. So when I logged in to my account this morning to change the password, I was surprised to see a notification that my account has been flagged for posts that indicate I am considering suicide, and that my post was removed from my account, and reported to the authorities for possible suicidal ideation.

The post was dated December 19, 2019.

For the record:

  • I don’t know anyone in the Clinton family
  • I am not suicidal, nor do I have plans to hurt anyone, including myself
  • I don’t even know what the post supposedly said, as I can’t even see it myself
  • The supposedly offending post was from more than three years ago.
  • I haven’t even logged into that account in more than a year.

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Anonymous · April 16, 2023 at 3:29 pm

Preparation for a red flag complaint?

Michael · April 16, 2023 at 3:32 pm

Hopefully someone isn’t prepping the battlespace.

Watch your 6.

Brass · April 16, 2023 at 4:00 pm

I got flagged for suicide after I posted a bunch of stuff about Epstein. The one that earned me a week in FB jail was a picture of a Epstein car deodorizer hanging from the rear view mirror.

D · April 16, 2023 at 4:11 pm

I haven’t been on Facebook in a long, long time…but I always had a suspicion something like that would happen. The automated system reporting stuff to government drones. Sorta like that scene in “I Robot” where they start chanting “Return to your homes. This is for your own protection.”

All it takes is some dipshit getting bent out of shape to convince Facebook HQ to report you to the cops “for your safety”, and the next thing you know, your door is being caved in at 3 AM.

BobF · April 16, 2023 at 6:24 pm

Been some time now — can you remember anything odd at work or in personal life coming your way as a result? No contact, no questions, apparently no interest by anyone (meaning probably it went nowhere?)?

Elrod · April 17, 2023 at 5:35 am

I wonder if it’s only you that’s “supposedly suicidal” or they got hacked and it’s thousands.

Anyway, just one more reason to never go anywhere near anything resembling so-called social media. It’s too damn bad so many businesses have limited their internet presence in favor of using that face thing, there are a lot of us who will never see anything they put up.

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