When you try to fight hate, you find that Facebook is not on your side.

Published by Keith Goldstein

Photographer, husband, dad, and passionate cyclist. Lives and works in New York City.

12 thoughts on “Restricted

  1. I’ve had to give up on Facebook. This kind of stuff was making me nuts. Add to that they’re an evil corporation and it was time to reduce my participation to “very low.” Much better.

  2. Facebook is in decline. Younger people avoid it because they see it as the domain of cranky old people. Anti-Semitism and hate speech is distressing, but you can take some comfort in the fact that no one under 40 saw it.

  3. Keith,
    Good for you in standing up. It’s appalling you should then be persecuted by FB. I came out of FB some time ago. I’ve lost electronic contact with some family and friends, particularly those abroad, and that’s a shame but, I just cant stand by and by continuing to use it, tacitly offer my support to such an organisation.
    Best regards

    1. Thank you Peter. The incident is making me look at FB in a totally new light. I’m there as a way to keep in touch with family, friends, and photography. Its politics are appalling.

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