posted on Apr, 13 2012 @ 10:41 PM
How widespread is this problem? When you share a conpiracy-oriented link on facebook, do you often get the "CAPTCHA
test that tries to confirm you are human? It essentially can easily double as a nag screen to deter posting of certain content.
I have noticed this very often when I try to post links of a certain nature -- conspiracy-related ones. I have read here on ATS of at least
one other person
noticing the same "phenomenon" and that user
(truthseeker1984) noticed it each time trying to post conspiracy links. Perhaps it "kicks in" if it notices someone is sharing a high number of
links, but I haven't tested this myself.
I have tried sharing a MSM site story just now, and that posted without the captcha. After, I posted a link to www.blacklistednews.com, and it also
went up without the captcha. So, with that test, it seems like it isn't discriminating, but still, I have noticed this happening most often when I
post conspiracy-type news.
Anyone else notice the same thing? Maybe it's not related to the conspiracy genre but more just any site that isn't mainstream. (Trying to consider
what other reasons may exist to explain.) But, this is
facebook, so I would not give them the benefit of the doubt...