Individual offenses are listed below the Recent Violations section. To learn more about Community Standards infractions, click "See Details." Depending on the sort of infraction, you can either accept the judgment or request a review. If you accept the judgment, your account will be restored and any negative effects removed.
You can also find out which members of your family have been logged into your account by visiting the Account Settings page (click the arrow next to Your Information). Here you can view all the accounts that use your email address or phone number as well as delete these accounts if necessary.
Finally, you can report an image as inappropriate by clicking the X icon next to it. This removes the image but not the violation. The image's owner can still view the report via the Image Comments section.
In addition to individual violations, you can also find out how many people viewed a particular page by clicking the Help button next to Page Statistics. From here, you can download a detailed report showing how many times each article was read.
You can also access this information through the My Activity section. Here you can see a list of every action you took on Facebook including commenting on posts, liking pages, and sharing articles, as well as every conversation you had with other users.
If your account has been limited, you have the right to challenge the decision. To accomplish this, first: Navigate to the review request page. Sign in to your account with your email address or cell phone number. Click the "Send Message" button. Explain that you are challenging the decision to limit your access. Include your reason for sending the message. Be sure to include your Facebook username or email address so that we can contact you if we need more information about your case.
After submitting the message, Facebook will send an email to the email address or phone number you provided. If there's a change of heart and your access is restored, you'll receive another email. Otherwise, you haven't resolved your dispute and your access may be reinstated.
Using your Reference ID, you can appeal a Facebook content judgment to the Oversight Board:
The easiest approach to report content or persons that violate the Facebook Community Standards is to click the "Report" button next to the content (whether it's a photo, message, post, or something else). Bump will review your report and take any necessary action. This includes blocking or removing the content or person that you're reporting.
If you want to send us an anonymous tip, you can do so by clicking "Send Anonymous Report." In this case, there is no content for us to review - we'll just use it to identify other content that may need to be removed.
Illegal contests happen when people share content that involves prizes or awards without their consent. This can include photos, videos, posts, and even advertisements. These types of activities are against Facebook policy and could result in having your account blocked or terminated.
To protect yourself from becoming part of an illegal contest, don't share content with prizes or awards unless they have been given out freely and informed consent has been obtained from all participants. If you have questions about whether something is an illegal contest, contact us at [email protected]
Cardroom activities, illegal gambling, background checks, game regulations, and self-exclusion (916) 830-1700 - Select option 4, Compliance and Enforcement Section, for Complaints. Game laws vary by state. You should check with local law enforcement to find out what laws have been broken in your area.
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From the inbox of your page: