[Air-L] Asking help about Facebook censorship criteria

Monica Barratt tronica at gmail.com
Sun Jun 19 17:19:52 PDT 2011

Colleagues of mine were unsuccessful at advertising on Facebook to recruit
ecstasy users for their research study. I've also read about Students for
Sensible Drug Policy being unable to advertise on Facebook. So they do
prohibit drug related posts, even in cases where ads were about research and
policy rather than selling or promotion.


Monica Barratt

On 17 June 2011 23:41, Alejandro Tortolini <alemtor at gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear listers: I´m looking for information about the criteria that Facebook
> uses to take down some "incorrect" pictures, photos, images.
> I know something simple as the "niple rule" -not images allowed showing
> women niples- wich generated reaction from women feeding their babies...
> Can
> you help me?
> Greetings from Argentina!
> Alejandro Tortolini
> Scitech journalist - Teacher
> Buenos Aires - Argentina
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