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nudist mentioned the image breached the Statement of Rights and Responsibilities, which says: "You aren't going to upload material that: is hate language, threatening, or adult; incites physical violence; or contains nudity or gratuitous or explicit physical violence.".
Based on Facebook, it will eliminate pictures "if they consist of nudity, substance abuse or other profane content. In case the photo assaults an added specific or team, it'll be gotten rid of too.".
blondes on a beach was released by the internet publication Notions of the Deep Comprehension of Things as a test of Facebook's policy of erasing obscene images. Within 24 hours of the publishing, Facebook erased the graphic because it believed the elbows were really busts according to Gawker.
Theories published on it's Facebook page: ""So, below's last evening's FB alertness evaluation outcomes: FB mediators can't advise an elbow from a dangerous, unclean, amazing and violent female breast.)