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Offline Theophilos78

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Facebook and hackers
« on: December 01, 2010, 05:22:57 AM »
Some of the Christian groups on facebook are under the constant attack of a sick terrorist who affiliates himself with Hezbollah.

He keeps pasting some nasty messages, flinging threats, and flooding the page. I tried to ban him, but the funny thing is that he does not seem to have joined the group or liked the page! I wonder how he can send messages and make comments without appearing among the people who like the page.  ??? What could be his trick for that?

He is most likely a hacker who hates non-Muslims that organize facebook groups to criticize Islam.  >:(

His profile picture has some corpses lying on the floor with no head on them next to a lake of blood and a severed head facing the other two corpses. This guy may be a real murderer... He always sends this message: "I am going to cut your heads off". His nick is "I have come to be your death".  >:(

What can we do to stop this sick Islamic extremist? I reported abuse to facebook and requested that he be banned, but I know facebook may not take my report seriously. What is the secure way of getting him banned? Is it possible to write a formal letter explaining the problem and send it to facebook?

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Theophilos
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Re: Facebook and hackers
« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2010, 05:51:04 AM »
If he is actually advocating terrorism or attempting to raise funds for terrorism through facebook, you can try this:  Link

Otherwise you are going to have to just report/block him and facebook might do something.

Facebook's support of freedom of speech is lukewarm and seems to change based on the phases of the moon (so you might luck out).
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Re: Facebook and hackers
« Reply #2 on: December 01, 2010, 06:41:58 AM »
As I understand it, direct threats are not protected by free speech laws-- try fbi.gov if you think you have to. I am not a lawyer. Just an idea on my part. Still, if you think this is a genuine person who wants to do something, it's up to you. Alternatively, keep clicking "Report" under every post that you think is objectionable, and pick something as the reason, such as violence or inappropriate content; there may also be a box where you can leave a comment with more information. Fill that with whatever you need to. I have often seen horrible spammers get into groups, and it can take a lot of reports before they kick them out. Keep trying.  :)
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Re: Facebook and hackers
« Reply #3 on: December 02, 2010, 05:31:29 AM »
Thank u both for your response and suggestion.  :)

Last night the same terrorist came to the group, but this time his name appeared among the people who like the page. I removed and banned him permanently.  ;D

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Re: Facebook and hackers
« Reply #4 on: December 02, 2010, 05:38:02 AM »
If he is actually advocating terrorism or attempting to raise funds for terrorism through facebook, you can try this:  Link


You should do this.

As I understand it, direct threats are not protected by free speech laws-- try fbi.gov if you think you have to.

Your right, incidentally. Direct threats are a felony.