The way I read it, what they are saying is that when conservatives (like us) share a story from Gateway pundit on Facebook, Facebook does not show it on your friends feeds like it normally does if you share something that Facebook approves of.
... Participate in the movement.
And this can be difficult to vet out because even if you Share and then go look at several of your Friends’ Feeds, you aren’t going to see the same view of it as they do. Feed content is actively changed — you can’t even get the same view of your own feed twice in a row.
Hit “Home”, select “Most Recent”
You should see everything posted to your feed in chrono order starting with the newest.
Scroll down a ways, then hit “Home” again,a nd again select “Most Recent”.
As you’d expect, there’ll be new stuff at the top, but the content that was there before — it won’t be identical as you scroll down; there may be “Sponsored” content there that wasn’t there before, and some things that were shared to you that were there before, might not be there the second time through.
You’re right - you’ve got the facts down cold...
Gateway Pundit is too close to the issue...they needed to explain it better. If some of our people don’t
‘get it’... then liberals reading it won’t understand at all...
The BIG issue contractually for Facebook is about charging money to GP for advertisements. If FB refuses to deliver services promised in their advertising contract, then GP has 2 remedies: stop paying for advertising on FB and/or take FB to Court for fraud.
It is a contractual dispute. As long as GP voluntarily uses the services of FB, a private corporation, this is not a case of censorship.