Facebook has come under fire for an ad that features a man claiming to be a social network manager, telling a young woman that she could be paid for “going crazy”.
“Go crazy” is an often-used phrase to describe the use of Facebook by young people.
The ad was taken down but was later re-published and posted on the social network.
The woman’s comment was removed by the company, which said the ad violated Facebook’s rules.
“We’re committed to providing an environment where people feel safe and respected,” the company wrote in a statement.
“Go Crazy” appears in a Facebook ad featuring an 18-year-old woman, saying: “Go nuts, go crazy. “
For some, the ability to share their passions on social media can be a powerful tool to engage in conversation and build meaningful relationships.”
“Go Crazy” appears in a Facebook ad featuring an 18-year-old woman, saying: “Go nuts, go crazy.
You know what’s crazy?
You know who’s crazy and you don’t know who it is?”
“You know what?
You don’t have to be right to be crazy.”
Facebook has been under fire over its handling of reports of harassment and hate speech.
In January, it was revealed that it was not investigating a separate ad which featured a man calling for the murder of Muslim men, including one who claimed he had murdered his ex-girlfriend.
The man was later found not to be an advertiser.