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IN People ON 14 Apr, 2016
Mark Zuckerberg's creation, Facebook went a bit rude with a photographer, Morag Hastings for posting a childbirth picture. Recently, he shared one of the rarest captured moments of childbirth on Facebook, for which he received an unexpected message directly from Mark Zuckerberg's social network reporting about deleting the picture from the page and also banning his account for 30 days. The reason behind this was the post not following significant norms and guidelines set by Facebook. The photographer doesn't agree with the Facebook's decision of blocking his post and puts his valid points against it.
Read further to know more about the cause.
Facebook mentions that the picture doesn't follow the protocols it has set for posting anything on its platform. Facebook's bots hadn't only blocked the post but also banned the account of this childbirth photographer, Morag Hastings for an entire month.
Hastings says that he has all the idea of Facebook guidelines. Adding to this, he also stated that the image didn't reveal any private part of woman's body and doesn't have anything like genitals or a sexual act. The picture just captures the beautiful moment of childbirth, which indeed doesn't spread any wrong message.
Way back, the picture of Kim Kardashian west with hashtags, #Liberated #Confidence went viral on the Internet with the full support of Facebook. The picture is still live on the Internet without any restrictions. But, the unsexual childbirth picture is blocked for some unnecessary and unjustified reasons.
The picture has been taken by the same photographer which went viral and got millions of appreciation. However, Facebook refused to keep it visible to its audience and blocked it for the same reason.
Mark Zuckerberg's social network has smart robots reaching out your posts before anyone else can. It sets some norms which must be followed before sharing anything on its platforms. But, this time, it seems like facebook has taken a wrong decision. Share your opinions on it, in the comment box below.