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Zuckerberg a Tit: Facebook censors 19th classical artwork of bare-breasted women in act of ‘absurd political correctness’

Facebook has been accused of ‘absurd political correctness’ after it censored photos of classic works of art because they contained nudity.

The subject matter included 19th century paintings depicting naked women and bare breasted aboriginal woman.

Images of the work had been uploaded to Facebook by an auction house to promote an upcoming sale.

But representatives from the social network said the posts breached its advertising policy stating ‘adverts must not contain adult content’.

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“The black panthers ant never did anything hurtful to anybody and were never racist…”

Zuckerberg’s Charlottesville post splits Facebook users over hate speech policy

You really have to fear for America’s future when you read comments like this…

Alexis Mcclellan The black panthers ant never did anything hurtful to anybody and were never racist they did more good than anything like free lunches n welfare they have a comic named black panther that’s a super hero U don’t have one that’s called the kk tho and black live do matter all life’s matter the only thing the kkk wants has and is doing is tryna knock of the black race

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South Dakota: Muslim Who Threatened Christian Conference Pleads Guilty to Firearms Charge

United States Attorney Randolph J. Seiler announced that Ehab Abdulmutta Jaber, age 46, of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, appeared before U.S. Magistrate Veronica L. Duffy on July 25, 2017, and pled guilty to an Indictment that charged him with Possession of Firearms by a Prohibited Person.

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Steve Bannon Wants Google, Facebook to Be Regulated Like Utilities

Bannon reportedly stated that companies such as Google and Facebook have become so essential to the internet and to the everyday life of many U.S. citizens that they should be regulated as a natural monopoly. Bannon’s position is becoming an increasingly popular one amongst tech experts. Jonathan Taplin, the author of Move Fast and Break Things: How Facebook, Google, and Amazon Cornered Culture and Undermined Democracy, recently claimed that tech companies like Google and Facebook have become too big and may need to be broken up.

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Facebook worker living in garage to Zuckerberg: challenges are right outside your door

Mark Zuckerberg’s travels throughout the United States to fulfill his 2017 “personal challenge” to “learn about people’s hopes and challenges” have seen him drive a tractor, meet recovering heroin addicts, don a hard hat and speak out against the staggering wealth inequality that his $68.5bn fortune so clearly represents.

But to Nicole, a worker in one of Facebook’s cafeterias, they have also raised an important question: “Is he going to come here?”

“Here” is just a few miles from Zuckerberg’s five-house compound in Palo Alto and mere blocks from Facebook’s sprawling Menlo Park headquarters. Here, on a quiet street of modest bungalows, Nicole and her husband Victor, who also works at a Facebook cafeteria, live in a two-car garage with their children, aged nine, eight and four.

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Facebook Restores Catholic Pages After Blocking Them

The social media giant Facebook has restored the more than two dozen conservative Catholic pages it had mysteriously blocked on Tuesday, blaming the incident on “a spam detection mechanism on the platform.”

Observers are still skeptical, since Facebook seemed to target only conservative Catholic pages with a significant following, whereas a glitch in the system would have randomly blocked sites regardless of their orientation. The blocked Catholic pages generally had between hundreds of thousands and up to 6 million followers, according to Catholic News Agency (CNA).

One of the blocked pages called “Fr. Rocky” belonged to a U.S. Catholic priest Fr. Francis J. Hoffman, executive director of Relevant Radio, whose page had 3.5 million likes. Another site, “Catholic and Proud,” had 6 million followers and was similarly blocked.

Some of the page administrators of the blocked Catholic sites speculated that perhaps they were being censored, since Facebook has been accused in the past of censoring “conservative” news and websites, an allegation that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has denied.

One page owner, Kenneth Alimba of Nigeria, said he believes he was targeted specifically because it was a Catholic page. “They’ve fought and continue to fight anything Catholic and conservative,” he said.

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Did Facebook Just Agree to Enforce Blasphemy Laws?

Doublespeak is language that deliberately distorts or even reverses the meaning of words. For example, when critics of radical Islam expose this extremism for what is it, Islamists and their “progressive” enablers call them “Islamophobes;” when those who call themselves “social justice warriors” campaigning for tolerance exhibit just the opposite (i.e., intolerance) by shutting down any conversation with which they don’t agree; when others force their religious beliefs (i.e., blasphemy laws) upon others in the name of freedom of religion (as in Canada’s new motion against criticism of Islam); or when perpetrators of crimes frame themselves as victims.

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