In her version, another young girl in the same bathing suit was the one doing the pantsing. Facebook pulled the picture and blocked the user from the site for 24 hours, prompting a chorus of complaints citing the artistic merit of the photo. The removal comes just a few weeks after the social media network reversed their previous policy and decided to allow photos of breastfeeding on the site, responding to years of protest from mothers and feminists. Facebook presumably imposes those rules in order to try to protect minors from child pornographers who troll various social media sites to collect such pictures. So where does Facebook draw the line?
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Facebook has publicly released its most complete community guidelines to date after many years keeping the specific rules its moderators used to govern the platform secret. The update tacked over 5, more words onto the already unwieldy document, which now includes highly specific examples of banned or heavily regulated content. Is any of it at all surprising? Well, yes. Cannibalism is off limits. Every day, people come to Facebook to share their stories, see the world through the eyes of others, and connect with friends and causes. The conversations that happen on Facebook reflect the diversity of a community of more than two billion people communicating across countries and cultures and in dozens of languages, posting everything from text to photos and videos.
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Remember the naked rowers? How could you forget those butts! Each year, the University of Warwick men's rowing society puts out a nude calendar for a good cause, with portions of the money raised helping to fight homophobia. For the second year, the women of Warwick have gotten in on the action too, posing au natural to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
First breastfeeding photos were banned, now nude pregnancy photos? A British mom-to-be who re-created Demi Moore 's famous naked pregnancy pose recently posted the pictures on her Facebook page, only to have them removed under the social media giant's no-nudity clause. Two years ago the social networking site faced a firestorm of criticism for banning breastfeeding photos.