SCARS™ Insight: Facebook Cracking Down Or Just On Crack?
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NEW FACEBOOK SEXUAL CONTENT LIMITS
In December of 2018 Facebook instituted new Community Standards to limit all “sexually explicit or suggestive” content. This has resulted in photos being removed even though the women were fully clothed – they just looked sexy!
This will limit the display of stolen photos used by scammers against men. It may also limit other kinds of content covering other subject areas. We have long predicted that this year would see the increased limit on what anti-scam groups can display. This is evolving and we will comment as new information becomes available.
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Isn’t That Special
No sooner than we learned about this but we received a notice from Facebook. We recently had a photo (see actual photo below) of Brianna Lee removed from our Adult Video Stars Stolen Photos page on Facebook.
Obviously, adult stars are being used to lure and scam men. But Facebook’s new community standards prohibit any suggestive content at all, even as innocent as this photo.
We are not sure what we can post for these at this time on our Facebook pages, and we will have to see how this latest change affects anyone’s ability to display stolen photos used by scammers.
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Stay tuned for more details as they become available
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