Who can use Facebook: Convicted sex offenders are not allowed to use Facebook

WHo really is allowed to use Facebook
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Who can use Facebook? We take advantage of Facebook terms of use and think that just about everyone can use Facebook. However, there are restrictions on who can use Facebook.

Like when you are under 13 years of age you are not allowed to use Facebook and, even more importantly, if you are a convicted sex offender you can not use Facebook.

According to Facebook terms of use, Facebook, now Meta company, provides “services to you and others to help advance our mission.”

And by doing that or “In exchange, Facebook has outlined the following commitments:

Who can use Facebook

When people stand behind their opinions and actions, our community is safer and more accountable. For this reason, you must:

  • Use the same name that you use in everyday life.
  • Provide accurate information about yourself.
  • Create only one account (your own) and use your timeline for personal purposes.
  • Not share your password, give access to your Facebook account to others, or transfer your account to anyone else (without our permission).

We try to make Facebook broadly available to everyone, but you cannot use Facebook if:

  • You are under 13 years old (or the minimum legal age in your country to use our Products).
  • You are a convicted sex offender.
  • We’ve previously disabled your account for violations of our Terms or Policies.
  • You are prohibited from receiving our products, services, or software under applicable laws.

So what can you share on Facebook

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What you can share and do on Facebook

Again we will use the Facebook plain statement from their terms. Facebook says

We want people to use Facebook to express themselves and to share content that is important to them, but not at the expense of the safety and well-being of others or the integrity of our community.

You, therefore, agree not to engage in the conduct described below (or to facilitate or support others in doing so):

  1. You may not use our Products to do or share anything:
    • That violates these Terms, our Community Standards, and other terms and policies that apply to your use of Facebook.
    • That is unlawful, misleading, discriminatory or fraudulent.
    • That infringes or violates someone else’s rights, including their intellectual property rights.
  2. You may not upload viruses or malicious code or do anything that could disable, overburden, or impair the proper working or appearance of our Products.
  3. You may not access or collect data from our Products using automated means (without our prior permission) or attempt to access data you do not have permission to access.

We can remove or restrict access to content that is in violation of these provisions.

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