Luckily, it seems there is a fairly simple temporary fix. It's worth noting that this fix will also stop all other apps from accessing auto correct. This means users get a much richer and sharper experience when viewing images that have been sent over social media. Messenger says that it is making significant investments in how people communicate visually via the service.
Optus removes Arabic language signs in Sydney after threats against staff
Facebook adds Arabic to iPhone language options - CNET
The telecommunications company hit back at customers offended by the signs but removed them from a store in the Casula shopping centre in south-west Sydney saying it had to put the safety of staff first. The signs inform people there are staff in the store who speak Arabic. Optus responded to the post by saying that it celebrated multiculturalism and diversity. What happened on the weekend was a tragedy.
Someone publishes something strange and uncharacteristic. It might be a naughty comment, inappropriate video, or controversial opinion. Their fans, friends, and followers may rib them about it.
Not everyone wants to be on Facebook, but they want to be involved in groups or perhaps keep tabs with what family members or friends are up to. Since the early days, Facebook has come a long way when it comes to privacy and security. They really do give us so much control over our data and privacy.