Student launches belgbook.be to bypass Facebook restrictionsSaturday, 12 December 2015 01:49
“These restrictions were a problem for small businesses,” explains the “ethical pirate” Inti De Ceukelaire. “They use their public page as an official website.”
Students from the Erasmus Academy managed to bypass the restrictions by creating the belgbook.be website. “Facebook did not implement very strict restrictions, they only blocked access to the main page, not to pictures and videos. We set up an option to avoid being tracked, allowing people to use Facebook anonymously."
Oscar Schneider (Source: Belga)
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