No, there is no blanket social media ban in the JIR. The JIR simply states that you must not use social media directly or indirectly to share the video. This means that you cannot post the video on any social media platform, nor can you ask someone else to do it for you.
It is difficult to say what the exact restrictions are without knowing more about the situation. It is possible that Ms Farkas is under a blanket internet access ban, but it could also be something more specific such as a ban from social media or certain websites. The best way to find out would be to contact her directly and ask her what restrictions she is under.