This is the personal website for Michael J. Collins: author, artist, lover, activist. Not necessarily in that order.

Facebook gives more rights to scammers and fake accounts than it does to real accounts and real people.

We've all gotten those messages on Facebook. You know, you reply to a comment and then all of a sudden you get a reply saying "hello beautiful" or something similar. They're always from scammers.

God forbid though you tell them to fuck off and die though! Facebook will levy a strike against you for "bullying".

As if a bot or a scammer could be bullied.

Just another example of Facebook giving more rights to SCAMMERS than real people!

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Appealed to the Oversight Board but of course it's not juicy enough for them.