A friend has been getting a lot of comments on his Facebook page from people asking if they can see his Facebook posts.
The message appears to come from someone in the US, but the user in question has not identified himself.
“Hey guys, it’s you!
It’s me, it might be you, or you might be someone else,” the user writes.”
I’m sorry I’m late but I’m not posting because of the election, I’m posting because I’m tired of people trying to get into my Facebook page to get my information.”
The user says they’re tired of the media talking about him, and they’re asking to see his posts.
“People need to stop getting in my way.
I’m sick of them trying to bully me and keep me in the dark about what they’re trying to do,” the person wrote.”
Why can’t I just go to my Facebook friends page, or even a Google+ page, and see what people are saying about me and what they think about me?”
A spokesperson for Google told the ABC the message came from someone on the US side of the Atlantic.
“A person who claimed to be a friend of the account has asked to view the posts.
The request is being reviewed and will not be returned,” the spokesperson said.”
The user has not provided any proof to support their claims and we are looking into it.”
The message comes just days after US President Donald Trump threatened to sue the company over the posts on Facebook.
“We are working very hard to ensure that people are given the opportunity to comment and share on these issues and have their voices heard,” the company said in a statement.