Solomon Islands to ban Facebook for ‘national unity’

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Solomon Islands officials will place a temporary ban on Facebook to help tackling cyberbullying and online defamation.

According to the Pacific nation’s Government, Facebook “undermines” national unity.

The ban, which has not yet come into effect, has been widely criticised by the public and the political opposition since.

It is not yet known how exactly authorities will go about blocking the site.

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  1. Solomon Islands people sound like they are pretty smart. Maybe I can expatriate, and move there? I don’t like social media either. It is an abomination.

  2. Never joined facecrooks or tw@tter.

    Funny how supposed Conservative websites all carry links to these buttclown sites, after being banned or censored by them. Then complain in an article about being banned, but don’t shut down their accounts and quit them. Always found that hypocrisy very humorous.

    These supposed Conservative websites then censor their users on disqus chat.

    Bunch of buttclowns. People have been quitting fake Conservative sites in droves. You can tell by the piddly amount of comments.
    Also, note the piss poor quality control on spelling, syntax, and grammar in their articles. Then they beg for donations. lolollolllollllolllll—GTFO!

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