We seek to offer viewpoints that represent various views on a particular topic. Violations that may result in removal include: If you see a violation of these guidelines, report it to Facebook by clicking the "X" in the upper right corner of the comment in question, and marking the comment as spam or abuse.
If you have ideas on how to improve the conversation or community, fill out a Contact form. Where can I comment? To comment on a story page or blog post, make sure you are signed into Facebook. Then click on the chat balloon icon in the gray rail located on the left of the story.
A comment box should pop up and you can post your comment there. Do I need to have a Facebook account to comment? To add a comment, you'll need to log in at Facebook. Please note that once you've signed up with Facebook, you MUST have a profile photo and a least four friends for your comment to become visible on the site.
Will my friends on Facebook see my comments? When you submit a comment, it will also appear on Facebook if you leave the "Post my comment to my Facebook profile" box checked.
If you're signed in at Facebook. Will people be able to view my Facebook profile if I post a comment? What others see when they click on your name or picture on our site is determined by your Facebook privacy settings. Those settings allow you to decide how much information you want to share with your friends or others.
How do I report an inappropriate or abusive comment? Hover over the upper right corner of the comment until an "X" appears. Then click the "X" and choose one of the options to report a comment as spam or abuse. The comment will be removed from your view. Facebook tracks abuse reports and automatically bans users who are consistently abusive.
What is a Top Commenter and how do I become one? Facebook automatically assigns The Top Commenter badge to users whose comments are most often "Liked" by others. To earn the Top Commenter badge, keep doing what you're doing: Why can't I see the comments? Comments on this site are public, which means anyone logged in or out of Facebook should be able to view them. If you cannot see the comments, please check with your IT department.
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