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IN Science & Technology ON 17 Apr, 2016
It is quite weird to say but the fact is that Facebook has its own way of judging everything. Though sometimes the rules tend to be unbiased but what Facebook did recently will raise questions.
This is just an instance- A couple created a Facebook page for their baby who died after few hours of his birth and the page gained millions of views but somehow hackers stroke into baby's page and posted pornographic images for which the page was banned by the Facebook team.
People, this is how it started!
Jenna Gassew and Dan Haley had their baby Shane diagnosed with anencephaly, a birth defect where the baby is born without brain and skull. The life expectancy for such babies is expected to be few hours to few days to the most.
According to the couple, a hacker broke into their page. It started when a message came to Gassew to appear the email id and password and since then Gassew left control over the page.
The hacker posted explicit images over the page and the mothers breastfeeding pictures were labelled as p*rn.
According to Facebook, calling a woman ho*s and posting scandalous pictures of them is considered perfectly ok. But we ask that why posting an illustration about a woman's body is not ok?
The water birth photographs provided by this artistic photograph were marked by Facebook as obscene art.
She got to know up to what extent Facebook can be unfair.
Now from Where will you get all of your damp memes?
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