Censorship Edit

WTF Magazine Edit

On November 4, 2014, Facebook deleted WTF Magazine, a site that claimed 2.1 million followers, on the grounds of unspecified "bullying" and "abusive behavior directed at private individuals" and for having a photograph of a lightly-clothed woman wearing a halter and shorts with the WTF Magazine logo. WTF Magazine's Twitter account had been discussing Gamergate.

WTF Magazine had previously been targeted for blackmail by the leaders of a group called The Community with close to 10,000 members. [1]

References Edit

  1. Alyson Shontell, The Dark Side Of Facebook, Where People Lie, Steal, And Make Millions, Business Insider, Jun. 14, 2014,

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