Facebook is personal but machine driven, and those machines can't differentiate between "grow", something that grows on the ground at Nintendo & # 39; s Animal Crossing (and, I think, in real life), and and others "Weeds".
As Polygon report, many private Facebook groups have started warning users to avoid using the name, because they and the people involved have been receiving notifications from Facebook that the constant use of "weeds" violates the "community standards" of the site.
This is the point where you can argue that without its meaning, the word "weeds" is also quite common, used in many other cases, and that Facebook sends warnings to groups about its use being crazy. Which means that this is also the point where I remind you that Facebook's capabilities have been completely trampled.
For example, I am part of a few sneaker groups, and a common name when I try to buy or sell shoes from those groups is that the post gets “Zucced”, which is an indication that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. This is when a completely legitimate product list is automatically classified by algorithms, who have done nothing but scan other product names and keywords and make a bad (but final!) Negative judgment without a specific program.
If you complain about this you are only referred to FAQs or, if you are lucky, another algorithm.
Now imagine that this text is broken that reaches for news feeds, featured stories and ratings.
There are also reports that these acts were made using the word “Molly” Animal Crossing is one of the most popular citizens, but it can also say about the drug "Molly". Correspondence to anyone whose real name is Molly.