An nameless reader quotes a record from TechCrunch: It’s now not simply inciting violence, threats and hate speech that can get Facebook to take away posts through you or your least favourite troll. Endangering any person financially, now not simply bodily, or tricking them to earn a benefit are now also strictly prohibited. Facebook lately spelled out its policy with extra readability in hopes of setting up a clear algorithm it might level to when it enforces its coverage one day. “We do not, for example, allow content that could physically or financially endanger people, that intimidates people through hateful language, or that aims to profit by tricking people using Facebook,” its VP of coverage Richard Allen revealed lately. Web searches display that is the primary time Facebook has used that language referring to monetary assaults.