Facebook has blocked the Facebook Blackout social media network

Facebook has stopped the Facebook social media website from being able to connect users with friends and family, according to a report by The Verge.

Facebook announced the decision to shut down the service last week.

The company says it will block the Facebook website from connecting to its other social networks, such as Instagram, WhatsApp and Twitter, for a year.

Facebook has been widely criticised for its handling of its role in the US election and the rise of the alt-right.

The decision to block access to Facebook was made on Tuesday by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who said the social network is “unstable” and that it is not a safe platform for people with mental health issues to connect with friends.

“We’ve been working hard to improve our ability to make friends and connect with people around the world,” Zuckerberg said.

Zuckerberg said the decision was made because Facebook was “unbalanced” with people with conditions including mental health and substance abuse issues, and also because the social media company had not been able to provide enough transparency around how it was managing its accounts. “

I don’t want you to be discouraged, because it’s going to get better.”

Zuckerberg said the decision was made because Facebook was “unbalanced” with people with conditions including mental health and substance abuse issues, and also because the social media company had not been able to provide enough transparency around how it was managing its accounts.

The social network says it does not track what users post or how often they post.

Facebook also said it would provide a more personalized service for people seeking support online.

The Verge reports that Facebook said it will make its Blackout website and app available to people with specific conditions in order to better support their mental health needs.

Facebook said that people with disabilities and other people with “other needs” who want to use the service should contact a specialist before making their choice.