Someone kindly sent me a screenshot of what fb blocking your campaign looked like while I was on hols, and I've finally got round to looking at it. In the course of which I went back to my original post, and then to KH's original tweet. or rather, I tried to, and got what my screenshot shows: "You are blocked from following @KHayhoe and viewing @KHayhoe's Tweets". Which doesn't exactly raise KH in my estimation. Does it raise her in yours? Let's hope not.
In case KH is blocking you too, I can reveal that it is trivial to view the super-sektrit tweet, for example via this archive.
Aanyway, here's what fb telling you that your account isn't authorised for political content looks like.
Seems pretty clear to me: the bit about "your account not authorised" is obvious, but strangely didn't make it's way into KH's original tweet. Getting a bit pissed off when something you're worked on can't be promoted because you can't be bothered to jump through the appropriate hoops is entirely understandable. I hate bureaucracy too.
But lying to people by omitting important readily available facts isn't excusable.
Note: per The Science Video Facebook Did Not Want You To See? I left a comment on Dan Satterfield's blog.
She blocks me too.
What did you do to offend her?
This: "Facebook says this episode of our @PBSDS show, Global Weirding, which tackles clean energy myths like “wind turbines slow the earths rotation!” has too much “political content” to be eligible for promotion. What do YOU think?"
...is marketing. It's meant to get you to watch the video.
With two posts (and counting?), I think you've inadvertently joined her marketing team.
Damn, fooled again. Do you think she blocked me just to get more attention?
You should write a post about that...
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