Facebook ad ban over nude artwork shocks women’s not-for-profit (via the Guardian)

Tote bag created by artist Frances Cannon features two nude women dancing but was in no way meant to be controversial

The Victorian Women’s Trust, a not-for-profit organisation that supports women and girls through research and advocacy, has been banned by Facebook from advertising a tote bag for sale as part of a fundraising drive.

The bag features a picture of two nude women dancing and was created by the Melbourne artist Frances Cannon, who uses her work to promote self-esteem, positive body image and self-love.

Read source: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2017/oct/13/facebook-advertising-ban-leaves-not-for-profit-dumbfounded

curator’s note FB at it again. When will they be called out for having to much control over what we see. Fake news Russian ads, nudity bans.

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