When I joined Facebook in 2007, I thought the social network was just a tool for sharing pictures and stories.
I thought that Facebook was a way for me to talk to my friends, and the world, without having to get to know them.
In 2014, I started posting news articles, photos and videos on Facebook, and that was it.
For years, I never had a single complaint from people about Facebook, which allowed me to keep my privacy and avoid people looking at my private information.
But in March 2016, Facebook launched “trending topics” for new posts.
The company had to make the news articles and photos more relevant in order to attract users.
I was surprised.
In less than two months, Facebook had turned trending topics into a form of spam.
What started as a mere curiosity quickly turned into a life-threatening experience.
I started receiving spam messages asking me for money.
I had no idea what spam was, or why it was being sent to me.
I didn’t know what I was sending to Facebook.
I did not understand the impact it would have on me or my friends.
And the message was clear: spamming Facebook is against Facebook’s terms of service.
In February 2017, Facebook sent out a new spam message that included the words “spam”, “Facebook spam” and “spams.”
The new spam messages are sent out by email to Facebook users who violate Facebook’s spam policy.
I received the spam messages and immediately deleted them.
I deleted them, and I deleted everything else I had posted to Facebook in the past two years.
In April 2017, I received a new email asking me to update my Facebook profile.
I never got the opportunity to update the profile.
I started seeing Facebook messages from other users who had also been blocked from posting to Facebook or receiving messages.
I stopped posting to my Facebook page, which was now filled with messages from my friends asking me about the spamming.
I deleted everything I had ever posted on Facebook in 2017, which is when I first started receiving the spammy spam messages.
Facebook, however, kept seeing them and continued to send spam messages even after I deleted all my posts.
In the first few months, I did notice a noticeable increase in spam messages from Facebook.
But I soon discovered that Facebook’s efforts were not working.
I noticed that my spam messages were still coming from the same email address that had sent them in the first place.
This email address was my Facebook account.
I tried using a different email address, but that too was blocked.
I contacted Facebook again and explained my situation.
Facebook responded by saying that the spam emails were being sent by an external service that was not a part of Facebook.
Facebook did not respond to my questions about why I was being blocked from using the Facebook app or why spam emails had started appearing on my page.
In 2018, I reached out to Facebook again, but again, the company said the spam was being handled by an outside company that did not exist.
I asked Facebook if I was not blocked from any social media platforms, but they didn’t answer my questions.
When I told them that I had received spammy messages, I was told that spam is being blocked by Facebook.
I asked Facebook to clarify what they meant by “spammy” and if the spam spam was sending by an “external service” or “a third-party service.”
Facebook did respond to this question, saying, “Facebook is committed to protecting users from unwanted communications, but spam messages, including spammy, are being sent out to some users that violate our spam policy.”
I sent Facebook a detailed message on May 17, 2018, detailing my experience with spam.
Facebook’s response was brief, saying that “this is a situation that we’ve been dealing with and have resolved.
We’re continuing to investigate this and have added more safeguards to the platform.”
The spammy emails continued to show up in my messages on Facebook.
In May 2018, Facebook updated the spam message rules.
Facebook updated its spam policy and spam rules for the second time in 2018.
I could not see any changes to the spam policy that year, which led me to believe that the company had not changed its spam rules since I had sent spammy letters to them.
Facebook also responded to a letter I sent to them in June 2018.
The letter stated that spamming was still happening.
The spamming spam emails did not stop, and continued showing up in our messages on the Facebook platform.
Facebook continued sending spammy email messages to me in 2018 and 2019.
I have never received a spam message from Facebook that did something to stop the spam.
In October 2018, when Facebook announced it was expanding its spam filtering, I emailed Facebook and asked them to remove the spam from my profile.
Facebook said they would do so in October 2018.
That was a year