PALO ALTO – OK, nudity on Facebook? Maybe not; everything has its time and place and given that kids hang out on the social site a lot, one can understand the company’s desire to keep nudity from viewers’ view.
NDJ World | Published: Nov 29 2012 High Tech
But naked elbows? Yet, that’s exactly what the Facebook censorship flagged as ‘indecent’ and promptly removed the photo from its site.
The photo in question shows a woman, who is taking a bath, having her elbows exposed on the ridges of the tub; nothing else explicit can be seen in the picture.
Yet Facebook removed the photo because the site mistook the woman’s elbows for ‘naked breasts’ and tagged the picture as containing ‘pornographic content’.
The woman’s ‘naked breasts’ photo, which in reality were here soap covered elbows, was removed from her page without delay.
How Facebook’s Censoring crew sees breasts in these elbows is a question we can’t answer.
Lesson to be learned: When posting a picture on Facebook it’s best to keep all body parts covered, including ‘elbow breasts’.
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