At the time I read the question for the first time, this is what I interpreted:
Title: "Should" suggests that the question was eliciting opinions of the readers, whether "yes", "no", "doesn't matter", etc., which is opinion-based (off-topic) because there's no one correct answer, or every answers are correct.
1st paragraph: According to your personal experience, "Safety Check" doesn't seem to work when you're stuck on "Name Change Checkpoint" page.
- 2nd paragraph: According to Zuckerberg, "Safety Check" is using AI.
- 3rd paragraph: More explanation about "Safety Check", particularly about it not being able to be moderated by public users (i.e. fully automatic)?
- 4th paragraph: Explanation about checkpoint page and Name Change Checkpoint page
- 2 list items: Meta commentary that there are no related questions about "Safety Check" on AI.SE
- 5th paragraph: Meta commentary, and a slight hint of another question ("what is important for a question about safety"), and a comment about "911 case" (globally recognized), "211 case" (I never heard about that until I googled it), and "911 API" (also not sure, but based on googling, perhaps an emergency reporting system)
So, after finished reading this, the question left me with the impression that it is opinion-based (title) and too-broad (5th paragraph).
Regarding the title of the meta discussion,
Is FB.com's “Safety Check/”Crisis Response" for AI.stack or WebApp.stack if @zuck called it Artificial Intelligence?
As I'm not a regular of this community, I don't have enough knowledge to determine if it's on-topic or not.
Perhaps the inside work/mechanic of the feature might be on-topic, e.g. "How does Facebook's 'Safety Check' recognize a crisis and alert the relevant user?" looks like AI-related. (Note again, whether it's really acceptable question or not, I can't answer that as I'm not a regular)
However, for your specific question on AI.SE, reading from the title and the non-existence of the explicit question on the body made me assuming that you're asking if Facebook should work or not on a particular case. Most possibly due to language barrier/misunderstanding (note: I'm not a native English speaker), I read the question as a moral question ("is it right/wrong if FB is not doing this?") or a company's policy question ("does FB do this?"), which is certainly off-topic on this site, because the core question is not related to AI at all.
This is an example case of "boat programming", i.e. just because Zuckerberg stated that FB's "Safety Check" is done by AI, doesn't mean this question is automatically on-topic on AI.SE.
After the back-and-forth comments on this meta question and the revision to it, looks like the real question is
I asked about the fact of if a user [currently stuck on checkpoint] still gets safety notifications.
This is a clear question about the current policy of Facebook. While this is off-topic on AI.SE, this looks like on-topic on WebApps.SE based on their meta discussion: Are questions regarding website policies on-topic?
Apparently, you have posted the question on WebApps.SE before posting here, but it's been deleted, and according to you, you got angry comments. I believe the core question is on-topic on WebApps.SE, but perhaps the wording gave the readers wrong impression. While I can't see deleted posts on there (so I won't judge anything), the correct place to discuss and request for feedback on how to improve your question is on their meta site, Web Applications Meta.