Facebook explains banning butts, nipples
Facebook further breaks down its censoring policies, or, helps us "Learn more about the tools we offer to control what you see." This is illustrated by a rendering of a smiling, blue-skinned family.
The "community standards" page now expands into paragraphs of detail behind its reasoning.
Hate speech is, presumably, the reason for cracking down on fake accounts, as people are more likely to be less hateful when using their real name.
Absurdity continues around its butts, boobs, and genitals policies. Under normal circumstances, for example, Facebook explains that the female areola is not okay, but exceptions will be made for breastfeeding and post-mastectomy situations. They do claim to "allow photographs of paintings, sculptures, and other art that depicts nude figures," but the definition of art is Facebook's call. To date, booby net art, nudie Robert Mapplethorpe photography, Enlightenment-area vaginas, and Medieval hellscapes don't fit the bill.