She was called the n-word and given instructions to slit her wrists. What did Facebook do?

She was called the n-word and given instructions to slit her wrists. What did Facebook do? 1

 

CNN's Elizabeth Cohen shares findings from a six-month investigation into bullying and harassment faced by parents, doctors and others who advocate for vaccination on Facebook. A Facebook spokesperson said the platform is conducting its own investigation as a result of CNN's findings. #CNN #News

54 Comments on "She was called the n-word and given instructions to slit her wrists. What did Facebook do?"

  1. Christian Bonsall | November 1, 2019 at 3:11 PM | Reply

    Ya… facebook is ran by some weird money grubbin alien robot…what do u expect?

  2. Social media is one of the WORST things that has ever happen to mankind.

  3. These are typical tactics of the anti-vax crowd.

  4. I swear to God I’m gonna get revenge on this sick network.

  5. FB is trash anyway and just another tool for people to spread hate and make Mark richer

  6. People quick to talk about being a snowflake or being soft…. How about you stop bullying people or thinking bullying is okay…. WTF 😒😒😒😒

  7. “I mean what are they good at?” 😂

  8. Facebook is damaging your life unless you are an advertiser.

  9. Chicago Critic Gerald | November 1, 2019 at 3:38 PM | Reply

    I’ve never had a Facebook account and I’ll never will.

  10. Look into the mind of a leftist. They are obsessed with censorship

  11. Facebook just wants to make money, walking over your corpse…
    They lack any morals. They must be given editorial responsibility.

    • Justagameweplay | November 1, 2019 at 4:23 PM | Reply

      Except when it comes to anything they consider to be anti-Semitic, or if one supports what they deem the wrong political entities or causes. Then they remember their TOS and react immediately. Amazing how that works out.

  12. I still find it ridiculous that people call facebook “social” media. There isn’t anything social about it.

    • Hope Banks It’s a social disease that needs to be treated as such. Part of a much larger problem of tech addiction. A fact increasingly recognized by mental health professionals as a disease.

  13. Not a thing because either way they make money and that’s all that matters.

    • If that’s all you and everybody else care about is money, then this world has a big problem! People’s lives matter too!

  14. I guess I’ll get on Facebook and bully Mark Zuckerberg.

    • @science wins That only reinforces the point that young people need to be better informed by their parents and exposed to this stuff to thicken their skin relatively early on so they aren’t leveled by someone when they receive a casual insult over the Internet. I’ve been stalked and harassed online for months/years on end I did not bat an EYE. Time for the younger generation to toughen up. Part of the problem is shielding youth from the bullshit of the world and then when they’re exposed to it they’re stunned beyond belief.

    • @Mulinaster Point taken. But that doesn’t mean any type of bullying should be ignored! I can take care of myself and always have! And anyone that I have been around pretty much knew that screwing with me would bring a bad outcome for them! I seen my daughter come home from jr. high crying about bullying, saying she hated her life and wanted to die! I don’t think anything I have ever heard in my life made me more angry and hurt! We did as you said and tried to give her the strength and self confidence to deal with those issues! She made it! And is now happily married and has given us two beautiful granddaughters! But some don’t have the support of strong leaders!! The most upsetting thing I have ever experienced other than the death of my mother and brother. Was at band practice a few years ago when when the drummer who’s house we were at. His kids little girls friend came into the room crying asking would anyone care if she died! We then found out that her 10 year old best friend just a couple houses down had just hung herself!!!! Having granddaughters near that age it just floored me! I’m a grown man and I am not ashamed to say that I could not hold back the tears!!! It shook my soul! Come to find out she was bullied at school for some time and had a shitty mom and a shitty school that didn’t listen to her and do something about it! That is what was heartbreaking about it! NO ONE DID ANYTHING!!!! and that 10 yr old little girl is dead ! And it was probably preventable !!! I appreciate the exchange! Health and happiness to you and yours!!!

    • @Mulinaster go smoke a joint and don’t be a bully.

    • claude ghendrih | November 2, 2019 at 9:08 AM | Reply

      @Mulinaster You sound very authoritative here, would you care to back up your assertions with actual facts ? Most societies have developed a normative constraint on free speech called by some civility or decency , others have painfully experienced the promotion of anonymous “free speech” by state church or a variety of political congregations, so that one might consider that your conclusion is a rather unsubstantiated claim based and biased by ideological prejudice .
      In other words your advocacy for anonymity on the internet is most probably absolute BS, don’t get me wrong I do believe it should be available for it is sometimes justified as a protection for people that are significantly exposing themselves to retaliation by exposing some uncomfortable truth , yet the systematic recourse to anonymity for the expression of opinions should taint for all beholders said opinions with at least a suspicion of the cowardice/inconsequentialness of their author .
      In short if you require anonymity to express your opinions its either they maybe do not deserve being voiced at all or that voicing them would incur illegitimately punishing consequences .
      In most cases I find that in the USA (for the time being ) most that fall under the former description will (very falsely ) claim to be eligible to the later.

    • Can someone ask Mark Zuckerberg would he like to shake a Muslims hand that will be me to show he is not a racist?

  15. That’s why I don’t have a fb account anymore.

    • @Chuck-U Farly For those who do not know how to get all of their posted content can you advise as well? Obviously something they would need to do before taking your instructions.

    • @Kyle Holland And the fact that 48 states have no laws against the corporal punishment of children in private schools? The 19 states that have no laws against it in public schools? The USA and Somalia those two countries that refuse to sign and ratify something that over a hundred civilized countries have that recognize the human rights of a child? The fact that it took a neighbor suing a neighbor for animal abuse and a judge finally ruled against the defendant so attorneys could finally bring forth child abuse cases?
      From The Stubborn Child Laws to the mass murder of children in their very own schools to DV Shelters begging the private sector for funding I have to ask you are you sure you know the true culture and actions of this country?
      You see I do. And after 10 years of doing research on American Culture I find this country to be more concerned with politics, Netflix, smartphones, cars, sports, superhero movies and the latest high resolution TV than what truly matters. Children. The most important that any human can ever know or be a parent or guardian or teacher to.

    • @Shadow The steps I gave is how to delete their account according. I’ve said nothing about getting content. If facebook wants to use people a commodity and not as people then there is no reason to have an account. The CEO mark zuckerberg made it clear that he does not care what crap is sent to you so long that he makes money. If you want to change that there are only 2 options; 1) get congress to act but with mitch mcconnell blocking every piece of legislation this will not happen soon or 2) if enough people start deleting their accounts it will cut into profits and he will then take action.

      facebook knew that Russia was posting fake political ads but did nothing cause they paid for them. He also sold the personal information to over 80 million people to Russia which ended up in the hands of trump’s campaign. Zuckerberg clearly does not care about the people who use facebook. They are only a commodity to him to be exploited for his own personal gain. If you don’t mind having your personal information sold and then fed lies then fb is for you but if you care what happens when social media is flooded with disinformation/lies to affect elections and government policies then stay on them.

    • @Chuck-U Farly What in the world makes you think I in anyway support Zuckerberg or his company? I despise Facebook myself. I was just saying if you know of how people can get their content, pictures etc., you seem to be knowledgeable on this. That’s all I was doing. Now good morning and have a good weekend.

    • @Shadow The way you asked that was unclear. If you want to know how to retrieve your content and picture before you delete your account this link might be helpful.

      https://qz.com/1234576/how-to-get-your-photos-off-facebook-and-delete-your-account-fb/

      I hope that helps.

  16. Pontius Pilate | November 1, 2019 at 5:00 PM | Reply

    God damn, if people can’t handle social media and it’s terrible flaws, people need to get off all it’s platforms.
    Sticks and stones…..

  17. The Enlightened Ones | November 1, 2019 at 5:03 PM | Reply

    Eminem- Girls

  18. Blondine Anthony | November 1, 2019 at 5:25 PM | Reply

    When you have the Daily Caller as the fact check, is all you need to know, especially for Africian AMERICANS. FB knows what going on.

  19. Why block out their name ..?

    So redundant.

    • +Obi Wan
      Pretty useless critique. You must have everything else on the planet solved to your liking.

    • olrik parlez how about journalist do their job and report the facts…or are you just another clapping seal that’ll accept everything at face value. Loser, get a job.

    • @John Tack It’s probably you who isn’t employed…at much anyway. You types are pretty easy to identify. Your petty, simplistic imaginations reflect plenty. Tell me…what’s your favorite conspiracy theory? I can tell you’ve got the gene.

    • olrik parlez I’m glad you asked. I believe in actual journalism, and not the hoax hate BS that that spews out of CNN every day. A lot to ask, I know right?

  20. Dinesh D’Souza’s “Hillary’s America” can enlighten you just a little bit

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