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  1. Subscriber vanderveldeonline
    medieval punk rocker
    28 Dec '17 14:16
    I posted a review (if you call it so, since I am not paid TV critic) of recently finished Serbian TV series on my FB timeline and as illustration I posted a screen-shot from an episode. Series was full of nudity, mostly tits, as in soft porn. (Imagine Italian soft porns from seventies...)

    Few seconds after I posted it, I got warning from FB that I should remove the photo, since FB "has policy" which advocates "restricted nudity".

    What a horse cräp!
  2. 28 Dec '17 20:19
    Originally posted by @vandervelde
    I posted a review (if you call it so, since I am not paid TV critic) of recently finished Serbian TV series on my FB timeline and as illustration I posted a screen-shot from an episode. Series was full of nudity, mostly tits, as in soft porn. (Imagine Italian soft porns from seventies...)

    Few seconds after I posted it, I got warning from FB that I s ...[text shortened]... move the photo, since FB "has policy" which advocates "restricted nudity".

    What a horse cräp!
    I would demand my money back!!!
  3. Subscriber mchill
    cryptogram
    29 Dec '17 03:01
    Originally posted by @vandervelde
    I posted a review (if you call it so, since I am not paid TV critic) of recently finished Serbian TV series on my FB timeline and as illustration I posted a screen-shot from an episode. Series was full of nudity, mostly tits, as in soft porn. (Imagine Italian soft porns from seventies...)

    Few seconds after I posted it, I got warning from FB that I s ...[text shortened]... move the photo, since FB "has policy" which advocates "restricted nudity".

    What a horse cräp!
    Well, I suppose you could send a link in an email to those you want to see it. American culture is a bit more restrictive regarding nudity than Europe.
  4. Standard member shavixmir
    Guppy poo
    29 Dec '17 14:08
    Yeah, it’s fine posting images of children burning alive and people shooting each other... but damn, boy, gotta protect ourselves from mammary protruberances, one-eyed trouser snakes.... and heaven forbid... Satanic labia!

    Oh the corruption.
  5. Subscriber mchill
    cryptogram
    29 Dec '17 19:01
    Originally posted by @shavixmir
    Yeah, it’s fine posting images of children burning alive and people shooting each other... but damn, boy, gotta protect ourselves from mammary protruberances, one-eyed trouser snakes.... and heaven forbid... Satanic labia!

    Oh the corruption.
    I agree 100%, but America loves it's sanctimonious, "plain brown wrapper" culture. It's spawned a huge porn industry, and lot's of little closet perverts, just as the Victorian era did in Europe. Sorry, but America still has some things to learn from the older cultures of Europe and Asia.
  6. Standard member sh76
    Civis Americanus Sum
    29 Dec '17 19:22
    Originally posted by @vandervelde
    I posted a review (if you call it so, since I am not paid TV critic) of recently finished Serbian TV series on my FB timeline and as illustration I posted a screen-shot from an episode. Series was full of nudity, mostly tits, as in soft porn. (Imagine Italian soft porns from seventies...)

    Few seconds after I posted it, I got warning from FB that I s ...[text shortened]... move the photo, since FB "has policy" which advocates "restricted nudity".

    What a horse cräp!
    Complaining bitterly about the free service that a private company offers is funny.
  7. Subscriber kmax87
    You've got Kevin
    30 Dec '17 03:12 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by @sh76
    Complaining bitterly about the free service that a private company offers is funny.
    The idea that FB is providing you all this access, free, is a laughable proposition.

    You by the TOS give over all rights to anything you post and upload, like, share are excited or angry about, to be used at their discretion to entice you.

    So without any real effort on their part, you present yourself as the perfect consumer where you provide all the research they need to target you. Could they have ever designed a more symbiotic corporate relationship, where you optimise the sale to you algorithm?
  8. Subscriber Wajoma
    Die Cheeseburger
    30 Dec '17 03:42
    Originally posted by @kmax87
    The idea that FB is providing you all this access, free, is a laughable proposition.

    You by the TOS give over all rights to anything you post and upload, like, share are excited or angry about, to be used at their discretion to entice you.

    So without any real effort on their part, you present yourself as the perfect consumer where you provide all the ...[text shortened]... designed a more symbiotic corporate relationship, where you optimise the sale to you algorithm?
    Targeted advertising, eewwww, we're scared.
  9. 30 Dec '17 06:54 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by @sh76
    Complaining bitterly about the free service that a private company offers is funny.
    Hell, if we let some provider sell our online history to whoever wants it for whatever purpose, we should have the right to whine about how they treat us before we leave.
  10. Subscriber Suzianne
    Misfit Queen
    30 Dec '17 07:42 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by @vandervelde
    I posted a review (if you call it so, since I am not paid TV critic) of recently finished Serbian TV series on my FB timeline and as illustration I posted a screen-shot from an episode. Series was full of nudity, mostly tits, as in soft porn. (Imagine Italian soft porns from seventies...)

    Few seconds after I posted it, I got warning from FB that I s ...[text shortened]... move the photo, since FB "has policy" which advocates "restricted nudity".

    What a horse cräp!
    Facebook is an abomination. It's a wasteland of people looking for their 15 minutes of fame. I don't have time for Facebook. I'm too busy doing stuff to spend even more time talking about it. I'd rather just do more stuff.
  11. Subscriber mchill
    cryptogram
    30 Dec '17 10:34
    Originally posted by @sh76
    Complaining bitterly about the free service that a private company offers is funny.
    I can go along with that. It's a pity however Facebook can't seem to regulate misleading political content from Russia half as well as photo content from everyone else. Oh well, who cares about our democracy, just keep those nudie pic's away from the kiddies! Only in America.
  12. Subscriber mchill
    cryptogram
    30 Dec '17 10:40
    Originally posted by @suzianne
    Facebook is an abomination. It's a wasteland of people looking for their 15 minutes of fame. I don't have time for Facebook. I'm too busy doing stuff to spend even more time talking about it. I'd rather just do more stuff.
    Yeah, and it's really too bad. At first it was fun to reconnect with people I'd not seen in awhile, but FB has become so political, it's only served to drive people apart, rather than anything else. I disconnected my account last year. Don't need that any more.
  13. Subscriber Wajoma
    Die Cheeseburger
    30 Dec '17 12:57
    Originally posted by @suzianne
    Facebook is an abomination. It's a wasteland of people looking for their 15 minutes of fame. I don't have time for Facebook. I'm too busy doing stuff to spend even more time talking about it. I'd rather just do more stuff.
    What you do here is what a lot of people do on FB.
  14. 30 Dec '17 15:52
    Originally posted by @mchill
    I agree 100%, but America loves it's sanctimonious, "plain brown wrapper" culture. It's spawned a huge porn industry, and lot's of little closet perverts, just as the Victorian era did in Europe.
    England, mainly. Guess where the USA got it from?
  15. Standard member sh76
    Civis Americanus Sum
    31 Dec '17 01:37
    Originally posted by @kmax87
    The idea that FB is providing you all this access, free, is a laughable proposition.

    You by the TOS give over all rights to anything you post and upload, like, share are excited or angry about, to be used at their discretion to entice you.

    So without any real effort on their part, you present yourself as the perfect consumer where you provide all the ...[text shortened]... designed a more symbiotic corporate relationship, where you optimise the sale to you algorithm?
    The modern consumer's sense of entitlement never ceases to amaze me.

    Any way any producer seeks to make money from the consumer, the consumer will whine about.

    So, finally, producers figure out a way give consumers services for free at the cost of them being allowed to use information you voluntarily post to target ads to you but which, of course, you have no compulsion to buy; and you still complain.

    Amazing.