Facebook has gotten into hot water before for being a little too literal with the “no nudity” policy. Now, the social media site is being reprimanded by the New York Academy of Art for “being the final arbiter — and online curator — of the artwork we share with the world.”
Here’s what happened, according to The New York Times: At the end of January, Facebook pulled a photo of a student’s drawing of a woman’s naked upper half from The Academy of Art Facebook page, and then prevented the admins from uploading any additional images for a week.
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How do you think Facebook handled the situation