Facebook Apologizes After Banning Rev. Franklin Graham for 24 Hours
30 Dec 2018
Facebook issued an apology for banning the Rev. Franklin Graham from posting on the social networking site for 24 hours and censoring one of his posts, a Facebook spokesperson announced Saturday.
The spokesperson told the Charlotte Observer that a member of Facebook’s 15,000-member content review team banned Graham’s account over a 2016 post he made about North Carolina’s House Bill 2 because it violated the social networking site’s policy on “dehumanizing language.”
A Facebook spokesperson said Saturday the company issued an apology to the administrator of Graham’s Facebook page and restored the post in question.
Graham, in true Christian fashion, announced Sunday he would accept the social media giant’s apology and encouraged everyone— including those who work at Facebook— “to stand on God’s Word and His truth”
At the name of Jesus every knee will bow, of those who are in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and that every tongue will confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father. Philippians 2:10-11
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musicman: Thank you for the welcome message. When I read that verse it made me think of the verse "Perservere for His Names sake..." I have always been inspired by that Verse.
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