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Every now and then, PraguePig.com comes across a Czech-language comment on Facebook so offensive, I feel the need to report it.
And more often than not, Facebook will reject my complaint, usually along the lines of, “We’ve looked over the comment, and although it doesn’t go against any of our specific Community Standards, we understand that it may still be offensive to you and others…”
I began to wonder how Facey goes about monitoring this stuff. Does it have a team in the Czech Republic? And if so, how does it work?
Cool: “Osobni cyklopruvodce” (“Personal Cycleguide”), a new app on Prague’s official “Cistou stopou” (“Clean Line”) website works out your best Prague cycle route, using the time it takes to get from A to B and also your confidence level on a bike as factors. Results are delivered by email in one working day. [Facebook Post]
Perhaps because it was a slow news day, Blesk recently published a list of “43 Czechs the world is talking about.”
PraguePig.com was surprised to see adverts for two Eurosceptic Czech political parties on the BBC Sport website over the weekend.
This Prague 4-Nusle call centre’s website sets new standards in web design. Enjoy!
Need a photo of a slogan of your choice written on an unknown woman’s breasts? Look no further!