Facebook.onion? What differences?
#1
How does work facebook on deep web?

Does it interface with clear facebook? Don't they block you?
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#2
Plain difference is that Tor facebook is on tor. Clearnet facebook is on clearnet. It's that simple. They're both the same website.
How they communicate with each other on the backend is beyond my knowledge.

But sign up with onion I'll bet your ass they'll ask for ID verfication. Facebook hates anonymity.
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#3
On a slightly related note, what does Facebook consider valid identification?
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#4
(03-03-2021, 11:58 AM)Vector Wrote: On a slightly related note, what does Facebook consider valid identification?

From the official Facebook website :

Quote:You have several different options for this, including photo IDs issued by the government, IDs from non-government organizations, official certificates or licenses that include your name or other physical items like a magazine subscription or a piece of mail.

Government IDs
You can send us one government ID to confirm your name or regain access to your account. Anything that you send us should contain either your name and date of birth or your name and photo.
  • Birth certificate
  • Driver's license
  • Passport
  • Marriage certificate
  • Official name change paperwork
  • Non-driver's government ID (ex: disability, SNAP card, national ID card, pension card)
  • Green card, residence permit or immigration papers
  • Tribal identification or status card
  • Voter ID card
  • Family certificate
  • Visa
  • National age card
  • Immigration registration card
  • Tax identification card
Non-Government IDs
If you don't have a government ID, you can send us two different non-government IDs. Anything that you send us, must include your name and at least one of the two documents should contain your date of birth and/or photo. The name on the items that you send us should be the same name that you want to show on your profile.
Keep in mind that if you've lost access to your account, you may be asked to provide something from the list that also shows a photo or date of birth that matches the details on your Facebook account. This extra precaution is so that we can make sure that the only one with access to your account is you.
  • Bank statement
  • Transit card
  • Check
  • Credit card
  • Employment verification
  • Library card
  • Mail
  • Magazine subscription stub
  • Medical record
  • Membership ID (ex: pension card, union membership, work ID, professional ID)
  • Paycheck stub
  • Permit
  • School ID card
  • School record
  • Utility bill
  • Yearbook photo (actual scan or photograph of the page in your yearbook)
  • Company loyalty card
  • Contract
  • Family registry
  • Diploma
  • Religious documents
  • Certificate of registration for accreditation or professional
  • Professional license card
  • Health insurance
  • Address proof card
  • Personal or vehicle insurance card
ID Requirements for Ads About Social Issues, Elections or Politics
If you want to run ads about social issues, elections or politics:
  • Your ID should be from the country where you want to run ads, and the name of that country must appear on your ID.
  • If your ID has an expiration date, the ID must not be expired.
  • Accepted ID types differ by country. Check which forms of identification are accepted in the country you wish to run ads.

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Quote:To help us prevent fake IDs and other abuses, we don't accept photos that have been digitally modified to hide information.


SOURCE:
If you want, you can check all the information yourself, you do not need an account for that, here is the link : https://www.facebook.com/help/582999911881572/
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#5
(03-02-2021, 08:30 PM)Insider Wrote: Plain difference is that Tor facebook is on tor. Clearnet facebook is on clearnet. It's that simple. They're both the same website.
How they communicate with each other on the backend is beyond my knowledge.

But sign up with onion I'll bet your ass they'll ask for ID verfication. Facebook hates anonymity.

Ok,ok...I did not understand the meaning of a fb.onion. if it's the same site.
I thought it was a pirate site capable of interfacing with fb clear, while maintaining anonymity. Sorry I don't understand much about computer science I don't know if this could be possible. Probably it was a stupid thought. The fact is that I just didn't understand the meaning of fb.onion.

For me Western citizen fb.onion makes no sense, I guess for a Chinese it makes sense.

However, the only verification that fb asks is a valid phone number, on the clearweb I mean.
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(03-13-2021, 08:01 PM)Ogni Wrote:
(03-02-2021, 08:30 PM)Insider Wrote: Plain difference is that Tor facebook is on tor. Clearnet facebook is on clearnet. It's that simple. They're both the same website.
How they communicate with each other on the backend is beyond my knowledge.

But sign up with onion I'll bet your ass they'll ask for ID verfication. Facebook hates anonymity.

Ok,ok...I did not understand the meaning of a fb.onion. if it's the same site.
I thought it was a pirate site capable of interfacing with fb clear, while maintaining anonymity. Sorry I don't understand much about computer science I don't know if this could be possible. Probably it was a stupid thought. The fact is that I just didn't understand the meaning of fb.onion.

For me Western citizen fb.onion makes no sense, I guess for a Chinese it makes sense.

However, the only verification that fb asks is a valid phone number, on the clearweb I mean.

No problem. The FB onion site is an official mirror ran by facebook themself. See:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Facebookcorewwwi.onion

For a clearnet user it's probably not a problem. But in my experience, using any sort of tor together with facebook and they will try to ask for more identification. But of course you could fake it.
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