Facebook’s nudity standards: Nipples, fully exposed buttocks are not OK

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Facebook has made a significant update to its Community Standards page, explaining in detail what’s acceptable to share on the social network — including clarifications on nudity, hate speech, bullying and harassment and more

At 2,500 words (according to the BBC), the new Community Standards are significantly longer than before. The page is divided into four sections, focusing on safety, respectful behavior, privacy and security and intellectual property

Perhaps the most interesting section to many users will be the one entitled “Encouraging respectful behavior,” which includes a subsection on nudity. Facebook’s rules on nudity have so far been quite vague, leaving many users confused about why some content is banned while other, potentially more offensive pieces of content, are acceptable Read more…

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