Dwight Watt - Watt Thoughts #409 6/17/2021

#409 - In trouble with Facebook(Watt Thoughts)

I have been charged with violating Facebook community standards.

I made the comment about using case in URL names, as in upper and lower case letters to make read correctly. Gave my url address of example where reads easier using upper and lower case letters. Their complaint to me uses upper and lower case letters so not sure what community standard I violated.

My exact comment is "Which is why I tell people to use case in showing their Internet web addresses. http://www.DwightWatt.com"

It was a comment in response to a person posting a word all lowercase that could be read two different ways depending on where you broke the word up.



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