Removing Facebook posts, pages, or accounts, whether you own them or not, can be challenging, especially when the content is harmful and causes you personal or professional issues. The same can be said for when you’ve forgotten the login details for your account. In any case, we’ve been doing this for years, so with us, you can trust you are talking to experts.
Consequences of Posting Content to Facebook Online
Posting content to Facebook online can have serious consequences if done irresponsibly. Even if you remove a post, there may be a certain individual who has copied or shared your post for it to be seen publicly. This can harm your personal and professional reputation.
When you post anything online, including on Facebook, it’s essential to follow the rules of the platform and the law. Your posts can have negative consequences if you’re not careful. Being aware of these things can help ensure that your online presence is positive and responsible. If you ever run into any issues where rules or laws have been broken, we’re here to help you take action.
Facing the situations alone can be worrying, so before it harms your reputation, relationships, job and self-confidence, feel free to reach out and let DigitalOx advise or take over to put in the best case possible for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Can you remove images or videos from Facebook that are intimate or non-consensual? Yes, we can submit a request directly to Facebook under your local law, such as the UK/EU GDPR (General Data Protection). Whilst we aim to remove any content on the platform, this can never be guaranteed.
- Can I have my personal information used by another user removed? You can have your personal information removed from Facebook if another user is using it without your consent (or when withdrawn.). We can report the user to Facebook, and they will investigate the issue and take appropriate action. Furthermore, if you make your account private, people will be unable to see personal information about yourself.
- Can I remove negative comments about myself from Facebook? In most circumstances, Facebook will not comply with removing negative comments about you from under your name. The best way to block negative comments is to turn comments off on your profile if they appear on your profile.