FACEBOOK S’PORE CENSORS POSTINGS BY CPF ACTIVIST HAN HUI HUI OVER ALLEGED ILL-TREATMENT IN LOCKUP

Singapore’s PAP government Internet Brigade reported my postings and I was banned from posting for 12 hours. This posting had more than 100 shares on Facebook and more than 2000 shares on google.

Whoever have shared this article about the inhumane treatment of inmates in Singapore will most probably have your links all deleted.

Click on the link below to read more.

CPF activist Han Hui Hui has since sent appeals to Facebook twice but in both instances, the Facebook representative gave a template reply saying that they were unable to reverse the decision.

“Hi Han,

We review reports carefully to make sure we take the correct action. We’ll remove something from Facebook if it goes against our Community Standards:
http://www.facebook.com/communitystandards/

Please keep in mind that something you don’t like on Facebook might not go against our Community Standards. Visit the Help Center to learn how you can avoid content you don’t like on Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/help/408955225828742/

Please note that we can’t retract reports once we’ve taken action (ex: removed reported content).

View updates from your Support Inbox: https://fb.me/29Ts9FlOMRHySrw

Thanks for your understanding,

Hanny
Community Operations
Facebook”

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