ATLANTA, GA / ACCESSWIRE / October 30, 2018 / Findit, Inc. (OTC PINK: FDIT) a Nevada Corporation offers insight into how Facebook (FB), Instagram, Twitter (TWTR), and Google (GOOG) shadow-ban users and how Findit provides a alternative called the first amendment to that secretive style of censorship. Shadow-banning is the idea of making the shadow-banned user believe their public posts are still visible, while in reality, the posts are either invisible or have greatly reduced visibility (i.e. they can only be seen by the user’s followers). Wikipedia defines shadow-banning as a partial block of a certain user’s content without the user’s consent or knowledge that it has happened. Part of the reason social media sites shadow-ban users is because they have determined that the user violated their rules in some way. The issue is that the user doesn’t have a chance to modify their behavior or online activity to comply. Again, most users have zero idea they’ve been censored – and it happens a lot more frequently than you’d think. Shadow-banning occurs outside of social media as well. In fact, 90% of all search queries go through Google. They have shown a willingness to give weight to certain links, what results   Read more…