For the second time in less than a week reports of Facebook removing photos it deems profane or demeaning have people slamming the social networking titan

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Facebook mentioned the image breached the Statement of Rights and Responsibilities, which says: "You aren't going to upload content that: is hate language, endangering, or mature; incites physical violence; or includes nudity or gratuitous or graphic physical violence.".
Based on Facebook, it will eliminate images "if they consist of nudity, substance abuse or another profane content. In blondes on a beach assaults an additional specific or team, it'll be gotten rid of too.".


naturism was released by the web publication Theories of the Deep Comprehension of Things as a evaluation of Facebook's policy of erasing obscene pictures.
beach party published on it is Facebook page: ""So, below's last evening's FB alertness test outcomes: FB mediators can not advise an elbow from a dangerous, unclean, extraordinary and violent female breast.)