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Facebook Officially Doesn’t Approve of Dead Animals or Baby Butts

10
Jul
2014

Facebook has made a lot of changes to their image policies recently. More recently, they have also taken a pro-animal rights stance, removing hunting photos from a popular huntress account. Whites toddler photo, censored per  Facebooks request. It was reminiscent of the classic Coppertone Girl sunscreen ad, which is why White posted it to her Facebook account. Facebook found the photo inappropriate, citing their policy against child pornography and nudity. Instagram is also pretty anti-baby-skin, banning a prominent mommy-blogger after she posted a photo of her toddler who was showing her tummy.

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