Why Facebook is censoring small businesses

Netdiatom.com among those unfairly censored by media giant Facebook, Inc.
 
PALO ALTO, Calif. - Feb. 13, 2021 - PRLog -- Mobile apps Simply platonic, Erabloom, and crowdpage, all have similarities amongst themselves. Not only are they all has-been applications but they also share something more in common. They all were stunted and blocked by Facebook, Inc, and they all were made by www.netdiatom.com, a company who is suing Facebook in the Superior Court of California this year.

The company noticed friction from Facebook immediately but had trouble identifying the cause of initial problems. Fast forward to 2021 and Chief Operating Partner Jeremy D Higgs is tasked with presenting data to prove wrongdoing. "Facebook Inc blocks thousands of unsuspecting competitors every single day, they hide behind algorithms and policies and give companies the false sense of support via automated help boxes." Told Higgs.

"Facebook is inevitably part of popular and modern culture and therefore plays are large role is brand recognition as well as consumer trust. Facebook has violated our consumer trust with the community and that is a problem for http://netdiatom.com."

A case has been established where executives from Net Diatom will fly to California to appear in front of a California judge with the estimated date being summer 2021.

The company warns that Facebook continues to block netdiatom.com from being written on WhatsApp, instagram, facebook, or messenger even after multiple demand letters were issued; A report allegedly submitted in a Federal Trade Commision report in 2020.

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