Facebook has agreed to rethink its stance on nudity following an outcry from photographers who have been protesting the social network’s banning of artistic nudity in photographs.
Warning: This article contains some mild nudity that may not be safe for work.
“In recent months, Facebook has faced scrutiny for its community guidelines and censorship practices,” writes the National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC). “The site’s policies, which make an exception for nudity in paintings and sculptures, exclude photography. Photographers reported having their accounts and photos deleted without warning or explanation.”
The NCAC and photographer Spencer Tunick — an artist known for his large-scale nude shoots — teamed up this past weekend for a #WeTheNipple campaign. Tunick…
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