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Facebook again denied Jespersen’s attempts to have the page taken down admitting the fact that the business acutely didn’t exist and the name of the page itself was targeted harassment. Jespersen’s annoyance eventually led her to Reddit, where she solicited help from the r/legaladvice community. According to Gizmodo, she’s unsure yet what legal steps she might take, but historically her options might be limited.

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It’s likely that Jespersen’s complaints to Facebook never saw human eyes. The social arrangement doesn’t acknowledge absolutely how it handles appraisal requests, but it seems rational that any human would analytic actuate that a non-existent business named after a woman’s butthole violates Facebook association standards.

Interestingly, whenever experts bring up the fact that Facebook or YouTube’s algorithms aren’t acceptable for attention people from this type of harm, the companies tend to point out that they augment their automatic systems with human oversight. This doesn’t appear to be the case here.

The only other option for Jespersen was to claim the Page for her own, but she was unable to do so because Facebook requested a business phone number and appropriate proof that the business was at the abode stated.

It absolutely appears as though Jespersen would have been after recourse had it not been for a major boilerplate news outlet acrimonious up her plight and advertisement Facebook‘s complete disability to serve its users properly.

It shouldn’t take an commodity on Buzzfeed to get Facebook to assure us from its algorithms. But if you’ve had a agnate acquaintance with Facebook or other social media companies, you might want to reach out to a member of the press. 

TNW contacted Facebook for comment, we’ll update this commodity if we accept a response.

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