Thursday, December 8, 2011

We were banned from posting on Facebook for 3 days

Facebook is the only company6 of it's size that does not have a customer service department. I was recently banned from facebook for posting nudity or pornography. This time as I clicked through their prompts to see my "penalty" I couldn't go back to download the offending page.

Earlier this year, I did think in advance and printed off a page.

This is the type of photo that puts me in the "doghouse" with facebook.

If there is nudity here, than EVERY single photo on facebook showing a women's bare shoulder shows nudity or pornography.

Every single spa photo, etc that shows more skin that this photo does needs to be delted by facebook. Of course probably 1/2 their photos would be gone.

Facebook, get with the times. This photo is NOT pornographic nor does it show frontal nudity. It shows bare shoulders. It doesn't even show cleavage.

Tom Mulhall
Terra Cotta Inn Clothing Optional Resort and Spa
Palm Springs, CA
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1 comment:

emwavehunter said...

FB has no idea what the definitions of their own terms are. Clueless, is about the only nice word I can use to describe their censors. Plenty of non-nice words come to mind, however.