Facebook \”Community Standards£.

If you have a question about Facebook, you may always contact us directly. I have cc’ed Mercy Ndegwa (Head of Policy for East Africa) and George Owuor (Policy Manager for East Africa) for follow up.
Please send them the link to the account from which content was actionned so that they can escalate. You may need to wait until the work week to hear back, unless this is an emergency involving threat to life or similarly grave circumstances.

The relevance of Cambridge Analytica in this context is unclear, but I trust you will discuss in detail with my team.

Thank you so much for bringing this to our attention.


ebele okobi
public policy director | africa, the middle east & turkey
facebook inc.

On May 4, 2019, at 7:22 PM, Mutemi wa Kiama <eddiekiama@gmail.com<mailto:eddiekiama@gmail.com>> wrote:

According to Facebook these posts go against \”Community Standards\”!

Why, because they\’re critical of GoK and it\’s leadership, advocate for African wokeness, or the kids are in ethnic attire?

Whose Community Standards and on what basis? Facebook has taken most of them down today. Could someone please make me understand!

Or has Cambridge Analytica taken over Facebook? This is censorship in my book!

Warm regards,

Edwin Kiama

Thoughts become things… choose the good ones!
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