A woman who claims she was harassed by a “virus” of Facebook and Twitter has come out with an ingenious solution to stop her social media tormentors from targeting her.
The women in the video below claim to be part of a Facebook group called “The Facebook Mafia,” which has been a source of controversy for several years.
They allege that members of the group have harassed them in public, and that their personal information has been published online, including personal details such as their gender and age.
According to the women in this video, they’ve been threatened with being arrested and “caught” posting videos of themselves on social media, and in some cases have been physically assaulted.
In a post to the group on Thursday, one of the women said that Facebook is not only a platform for people to share their personal details, but also a platform that allows the public to be harassed.
“The people behind Facebook and the people who run Facebook, they are not just people with their own agendas,” she wrote.
“They are not even individuals.
They are corporations, corporations who have made it a habit to harass, and it has never stopped.”
The group is also accused of spreading fake news, and has posted content that is “racist, homophobic, and Islamophobic,” according to the post.
The video is below.
It was created by one of these women, who claims that the group “has been the source of harassment against me since the beginning.”
According to her, the group has made posts like: “I am not going to get pregnant” and “I’m not going anywhere” and posted a video showing a man urinating in the street.
In another video, she claimed that a woman was filmed by one member of the Facebook Mafia posting her name and address, and the woman was then “told to delete the video and never come back.”
The woman claims that she has received death threats on social networks.
“This is a collective,” she said in a video that was posted to the Facebook group’s Facebook page.
“This is our collective.
We are one.
We can’t be shut down.”
The video below was originally posted on November 25.