The content on Facebook has variations that range from completely beautiful and helpful information to awfully racist and too graphic to fathom.  But, a new sheriff’s in town and that will all change.

Facebook announced Friday, that Monday is D-day for all the foolishness in their groups and pages.  They are running a business and their are too many Facebook users that have let their content run amuck.  So much so, that corporations like Nationwide are not comfortable with advertising on the colossal-sized social media site that provides services for over 800 million users.

In the past, the watchdogging has been led by users themselves that choose to report the spam and/or unethical, racist content on pages and groups.  But now there will be a human team and not software following up and filtering the pages for their content, according to the Huffington Post.

“All of this will improve detection of what qualifies as questionable content, which means we’ll do a better job making sure advertising messages appear next to brand-appropriate Pages and Groups,” the company said in a statement posted to its media site. “While these changes won’t have a meaningful impact on Facebook’s business, they will result in benefits to people and marketers.”

Because Facebook only has its users welfare in mind. It’s not about them.  It’s about us.

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-J.C. Brooks