Twitter is not the only big name internet company Incidentally forbidden user This week. As Edge Report, has eBay Sure It accidentally suspended a “small number” of users on December 3 The company did not give a reason or disclose the amount of the problem, but said it had fixed the slip-up and notified the victims.
There may have been a significant number of casualties. A big dedication to Reddit users Thread For the ban, note that there was no potential red flag for at least some accounts. People were suspended even if they had an excellent buyer and seller history or they hadn’t used ebay for years. Those who contacted eBay had their applications rejected and at least once said they had “put eBay users at risk.”
While it is not always clear what the implications of unintentional sanctions are, such incidents underscore its limitations. Moderation internet service. Companies often have to rely on automatic moderation to manage the sheer scale of content, and available human moderators can still make mistakes. Such gaffs are rare, but can be difficult to avoid without a double-checking decision.
Yesterday, a small number of eBay accounts were inadvertently suspended. The problem has been fixed and any users who need to take action have been notified. If you still need help, please DM your name, email and zip so we can check it out. Beka https://t.co/KlP3BGeZjr
– Ask eBay (keAskeBay) December 4, 2021
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