"Think about how that applies to the old 'you can’t yell fire in a crowded theater.' Facebook can decide to let you yell fire with as many exclamation points as you like, but only let a small fraction of its users hear you."
Via Leafly: At a time when Facebook is facing scrutiny from regulators and the public alike, “it’s good that they’re taking this moment to reassess a lot of things,” Gibbs said. “I see that they’ve expanded their articulated views on firearms, bullying, and child safety. But I continue to be baffled by how Facebook is treating cannabis,” Gibbs added. “More than half the states now have legal marijuana in some form, and yet [Facebook is] continuing to restrict that content.”
"Hot off the press from their own newsroom, Facebook has made it clear that igniting meaningful engagement will be the key to getting your voice heard." Engagement has always been the key to success on social media. Now it's more important that ever. Nonprofits will be challenged to "ignite" users, while keeping the comments section a welcoming place for all.