We can unfriend, however how many people might a pesky hateful person be bothering?
Should a Facebook friend be allowed to stay on the site when they are hateful to other Facebook friends?
In the end I don't think Facebook can control this - it would be like owning a store that everyone loves to go to but kicking rude or hateful people out and banning them from returning; they'd lose business. But I know what you mean about having Facebook friends like that, especially when people get so offended when unfriended from Facebook nowadays. But I think unfriending and blocking them is the most we can do. It is up to the other Facebook friends to do the same.
by AT Abueva 3 years ago
Do you unfriend your deceased Facebook friends?
by Christy Birmingham 4 years ago
What are reasons to unfriend someone on Facebook?Curious... I think I would unfriend someone who put a lot of spammy posts into my Facebook feed. How about you?
by Diane Minton 5 years ago
How do you know when its time to unfriend a facebook friend?
by Laurel Rogers 4 years ago
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by LoliHey 2 years ago
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by Ashok Goyal 5 years ago
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