The new policy has been created 'to ensure that reviews are based on real purchasing experiences', while also keeping fraudulent and offensive feedback out of view. In other words, Meta's now implementing new processes to detect false and misleading reviews, to limit the scope of those using reviews as a weapon, and to stop people from trying to scam the system with false positive feedback:
|"More than 200 million businesses connect with their customers through our apps and technologies. Community feedback provides businesses with helpful insights from their customers and helps people make trusted purchasing decisions as they discover new products."|
Who out there has been impacted by an unfair, misleading, or even a downright malicious online review? Please tell the users your story and how you approached the fallout.