Saturday, May 28, 2011
According to Facebook this photo is pornographic or sexual
My facebook account was deleted last week. So last Friday I opened a new account. This morning I woke up to a facebook message saying the above photo of Mary Clare working in front of a computer was deleted for violating facebook policies. It was deleted because it is either "pornographic or contains nudity, or is inappropriately sexual."
Now I posted other photos. One is from a strip club showing the two women. The other is from Playboy. Those photos have been up for months.
Mary Clare's photo does not even show cleavage as far as anyone could tell she could be wearing a bandeau top behind the computer.
Naturally, Facebook has no one to talk to as they have NO CUSTOMER SERVICE. And yes, us the members are customers. Facebook is no different than network TV. Yes, it is free, but the reason it is free is because us the customers give them our eyes for their advertising revenue. Without us, they have no value.
Of course it's not just nudists who are affected. FB has deleted breast cancer groups, breast feeding groups, art museum paintings, artists, etc. Each time the organization that had their their account deleted had to go to the press and create a stink. FB then reactivates the accounts and apologizes. To me having humans in a customer service department would make much more sense.
So Facebook, PLEASE start a customer service department so that silly issues such as this one or your deleting my account can be solved easily.