In November 2014, Facebook was banned in China for using the name “Facebook” in its Chinese-language pages.
Since then, Facebook has been blocked in the country in the name of national security.
What happened to Facebook?
In February this year, Facebook announced it would be shutting down its China-based business operations and shut down the accounts of some of its employees.
Its Chinese-based operations were also shut down by the Chinese government.
Some of the accounts were shut down on the basis of criminal charges of “spreading false information and inciting people to commit acts of violence”.
The ban was imposed on November 6, 2018, and was the second of its kind imposed on a Chinese company.
What does this mean for me?
Facebook, which was launched in 2009 as an online social network, is now a leading internet platform in China.
It has grown exponentially since it first started operating in China, which has over 20 million internet users.
The ban on Facebook is part of a broader crackdown on Chinese internet use.
Facebook has also been hit by other crackdowns, such as the closing down of its online services in the wake of a massive cyber-attack on the US National Security Agency (NSA).
What are the rules on what you can post on Facebook?
Facebook’s terms and conditions state that you can only post content that is in Chinese, and that is strictly related to China.
There are restrictions on what types of content can be posted on Facebook and how you can use the service, which includes things like news stories and memes.
You can only link to other people’s Facebook pages.
It’s not just content that’s restricted.
You also can’t post a message or post to your profile.
You cannot use the feature to promote your own businesses or to advertise.
You must also comply with Chinese law, such it as banning fake news, inciting violence or spamming the social network.
However, there are many things you can do on Facebook, like browse the latest news and entertainment news, share your photos and videos, share photos and photos of pets, and post content you have written.
How do I report a problem?
If you have a problem with Facebook, or think you may have a Facebook problem, you can report it online using the contact form.
It will take a few minutes, and you can then report it using the information in your contact form, or you can send a text message to the number on your contact card.
It takes a few seconds to get a response, but you will be contacted and you will get a confirmation of the response.
It is important to remember that this is not a court order.
The Chinese government will only investigate a complaint if it is verified by a person in China who has the legal authority to do so.
You may also need to take action on your own to report the problem to Facebook, including by contacting a Facebook representative.
This is important because Facebook may try to block or disable your account if you have reported it to the Chinese authorities.
If you are unable to reach a Facebook official, you should contact your local social media provider.
What if my problem is not resolved?
You can try to contact Facebook again, or contact a Facebook employee.
But it may take a couple of hours to get an answer.
If your contact was unsuccessful, you may also want to try contacting the Chinese Embassy or consulate in your country.
What do I do if I can’t reach a member of Facebook’s support team?
If your problem is still not resolved, you might also want an independent review by a legal expert, such a lawyer or human rights activist.
The UK government has a group of international experts that monitors compliance with international law.
This group has published a number of reports on Facebook.
For example, Facebook’s compliance with human rights is not perfect.
This has led to the UK government imposing fines of up to £2.5m ($4.5 million) on the company, and the UK Treasury Department banning the company from dealing with UK businesses.
If the Chinese ban on the Chinese-owned Facebook is a threat to the rights of people in the UK, the UK Government may take legal action to stop it.
The issue of social media in China has been on the rise in recent years.
Some analysts believe that the government has made it a priority to control the internet.
In the meantime, there is a growing number of complaints about social media censorship, and concerns over safety of children online.
Is there any evidence that Chinese people are being targeted for online harassment?
There is a lack of evidence to suggest that Chinese citizens are being subjected to targeted harassment.
However it is important that we remember that the use of the word “cyberbullying” on the popular Chinese internet forum Weibo has prompted numerous negative responses.
A number of Weibo users have expressed concern that they were being targeted with abusive posts, and are now seeking legal advice.
The term “cyborg” has also become a popular term for cyberbullying, and has been used by Chinese netizens