Cyber-Harassment gone wild!

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It seems Facebook has become a hotbed for cyber-crimes. Some criminals are getting away with posting the home addresses of their victims, along with phone numbers, employment history, current employer, current salary and more on Facebook. When these crimes are reported to Facebook in the only avenue available to us, the response is usually some thing like this:
“Thank you for taking the time to report something that you feel may violate our Community Standards. Reports like yours are an important part of making Facebook a safe and welcoming environment. We reviewed the photo you reported for harassment and found it doesn’t violate our Community Standards.”
Sadly, Facebook relies on computer algorithms to make this determination, and rarely do any real people looks at it, and trust me, the cyber-criminals know how to slide under the algorithm radar.

This section will highlight cyber-harassment using my own experience as the example. I hope to be able to share insights and actions you can take to combat this never ending criminal behavior. I started two petitions that went nowhere because they were maligned by idiots and harassers! How sad is that?

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