People are allowed to post content, including potentially inflammatory content, as long as they’re not violating the Twitter Rules. It’s important to know that Twitter does not screen content or remove potentially offensive content. As a policy, we do not mediate content or intervene in disputes between users.
Can you dispute a Facebook restriction?
If your account has been restricted you can appeal the decision. To do this: Go to the request review page. Log in to your account using an email address or mobile phone number.
How do I submit an appeal to Facebook?
To file such an appeal, users need to log onto the oversight board’s website using their Facebook account, where they’ll need that code for reference when writing up their request for appeal. If it decides to take on the case, the oversight board will designate a panel of five of its members.
Can you appeal a Facebook decision?
If you disagree with a content decision Meta has made on the Facebook app or Instagram, you can appeal the decision to the Oversight Board. After going through Meta’s appeals process, you’ll be issued an Oversight Board reference number, which you can use to submit your case to the board for review.
What happens after a 30 day ban on Facebook?
This is where Facebook suspends activities in your account for a specific period of time, usually a few hours to a few days. The maximum time Facebook and block your account is 30 days. When this time has elapsed, the ban is removed and you can regain access to your account.
How do you unlock a locked Facebook account?
Locked out of your Facebook account?
- Enter your email address, phone number, or full name in the form that appears, then click Search.
- If you entered your full name, select your account from the list.
- Select Send code via SMS if you entered your phone number or Send code via email.
How long does a Facebook appeal take?
A person has a period of 15 days from the time Facebook or Instagram sends an update about its final content policy decision to submit an appeal to the board. When the board selects a case to review, it will typically make its decision within 90 days.