Someone involved with my article about Susan Bunting yesterday is piping mad! How mad? They are reporting the post to Facebook as “spam”. I tend to post to about 10-15 Facebook groups around public education or Delaware. Every single one of those received a notification stating it was removed as “spam”. But it goes further because the article was shared by over 300 people on Facebook. Each one of those people are getting the same notification from Facebook.
Who is reporting this post as spam? There are culprits aplenty with this one! Could it be Susan Bunting herself? Someone from the DOE? The Governor’s office? Patrick Miller? His brother? Chuck Bireley? Leolga Wright? Someone doesn’t want this out there, that is obvious. Too late for that. This is one of the highest-read articles I’ve written in some time. Not to mention all my followers who received emails about it. Good luck getting this one to disappear.
So if you shared this post and get the Facebook notification marking it as “spam”, please go to the review and hit “not spam”. Thank you. Transparency is hard work sometimes!
Updated, 8/1/18, 8:11am: It appears all the Monday morning Bunting posts have been restored on Facebook. Even this article was reported to Facebook as well but it has been restored as well. I was getting messages all night from people wanting to know why their posting of the link was reported. These are the times we live in!
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When I attempt to share on FB I am greeted with this message:
Warning: This Message Contains Blocked Content
Your message couldn’t be sent because it includes content that other people on Facebook have reported as abusive.
Grrrrr. Someone is playing games on social media. I would say to this person, send me a message directly.
You must be doing something right. Thank you. Onward.