Have you heard about censorship on social media and thought that it doesn’t happen to me? Well, you can try to publish a link to this website, accoun.org, on Facebook. Then see for yourself. We first noticed the problem on the 12 June 2020. Also older posts/comments including links to accoun.org seem to have been removed from Facebook. Despite that we tried to protest against this censorship, the situation is still the same, as shown by the screendump below. If you would find that Facebook’s ban of accoun.org has ended, please contact us so we know. To circumvent the censorship, writing accoun org (without dot) seems to still work on Facebook.
Links to accoun.org can still not be published on Facebook. Sad to see that so much other questionable content is posted on Facebook (see e.g. the debate article on https://www.magazin24.se/debatt/debatt-seglivat-palmehat/reptfi%211kIP1oKkBaIhxAgvFLiONw/) while Facebook bans the website of a human rights organization and labels it “spam”
Recently found out that Facebook even monitored what I tried to write on Messenger, and didn’t allow me to send a message including a link to accoun.org. However, I later found that I could use a secret (encrypted) conversation in Messenger. Then it was finally possible to send the link. However, don’t be surprised if someone you don’t intend can read that too, perhaps by hacking into your device.
Another way to circumvent the censorship seems to be to write account.org (with “t”), which is presently redirected to accoun.org