Librarian Logic: I Hate Censorship So I Censored You on Facebook
Well, it's official. I've been sent to the Facebook "naughty chair" for 12 hours. As I write this I'm still not able to access either one of my pages, personal or writer page, and it's 1:46 am and I calculate that there are 14 minutes left in my punishment. That Mark Zuckerberg means it when he says it's going to be a whole 12 hours.
What did I do, pray tell, that sent me, head hanging, to the corner with all the hate speechers and porn-posters? I got into an argument with a librarian who hates censorship. So she did what any logically challenged person would do and reported me to Facebook so they would censor me.
Unfortunately for Brittany Staszak, children's librarian at Glencoe Public Library, actual laws (you know, the ones Congress makes without Mark Zuckerberg's input), allow a person to re-post statements made in a public forum like Facebook or YouTube or anywhere else on the internet! So welcome to your 15 minutes of fame, Ms. Staszak. I hope it's exciting for you! (Or at least as exciting as pushing the "report" button all day.) Here's the exchange that got me thrown out of social media.
And then she reported me and made sure I was not able to access all the information in the form of media and internet access for the next 12 hours (actually we're at 14 and counting now). Staszak wants to have her cake and eat it too by posting her ridiculous ideas in a public forum but at the same time pretending no one else has a right to comment on how crazy her ideas are.