A private investigator in New York came across the page and has notified Facebook of its existence, but received the following email in response:
“Hi, Thanks for your recent report of a potential violation on Facebook. After reviewing your report, we are not able to confirm that the specific page violates Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities.”The email also included an attachment of it's use standards.
From their "help" page
Pornography, hate speech, threats, graphic violence, bullying, and spam are not allowed on Facebook. Please note that we will only remove content that violates the Facebook Terms. For information about what we allow and don’t allow on Facebook, please read our Community Standards.
To submit a report, find the report link that is nearest to what you want to report.
■Report a fake or impostor profile (timeline)
■Report a photo or video
■Report someone's timeline cover photo
■Report a page
■Report a message
■Report a group
■Report an event
■Report a question or post in Facebook Questions
■Report a post
■Report an ad
Other tools for addressing abuse
Our community is diverse, and it's possible that something could be disagreeable or disturbing to you without the criteria for being removed or blocked. For this reason, we also offer tools to give you more control over what you see.
■Send a message to the person responsible for posting
■Unfriend the person to remove them from your friend list
■Block the person from contacting you
■Use privacy settings
How do I report a group that's abusive?Here's a link to the page- please click on the drop down menu of the message tab, click on "Report Page" and let your voice be heard.
Go to the group you want to reportClick at the top right cornerPick Report Group from the dropdown menu Groups containing drug-related, nudity, or other g...
1.Go to the group you want to report
2.Click at the top right corner
3.Pick Report Group from the dropdown menu
Groups containing drug-related, nudity, or other graphic or sexually suggestive content are not allowed, nor are groups that promote violence or that attack an individual or group. For information about what we allow and don’t allow on Facebook, please read our Community Standards.
Facebook reviews reports to determine whether or not the content violates our Terms and will take appropriate action. Rest assured that these reports will be kept confidential.