For the 2nd time in under a week reports of Facebook removing pictures it deems profane or demeaning have people slamming the social media titan

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On Monday, the Daily Mail reported that Facebook got rid of a photo of a woman sitting in a bathtub with her elbows leaning on the sides of the bath. Facebook mentioned the picture violated the Statement of Rights and Responsibilities, which says: "You WOn't upload material that: is hate language, threatening, or adult; incites physical violence; or comprises nudity or gratuitous or explicit physical violence.".

Based on blondes on a beach , it will eliminate images "if they consist of nudity, substance abuse or another profane content. If nudist assaults an additional specific or team, it'll be gotten rid of too.".
beach gallery was published by the internet publication Concepts of the Deep Understanding of Things as a test of Facebook's policy of erasing obscene images. Within beach party of the publishing, Facebook erased the graphic because it thought the elbows were actually chests according to Gawker.
Theories published on it is Facebook page: ""So, below's last evening's FB alertness evaluation outcomes: FB mediators can not inform an elbow from a dangerous, unclean, amazing and violent female breast.)