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Facebook Agrees to Reconsider Artistic Nudity Policies (via National Coalition Against Censorship)

Facebook’s policy team has committed to convening a group of stakeholders to consider a new approach to nudity guidelines.

The National Coalition Against Censorship is excited to announce that Facebook’s policy team has committed to convening a group of stakeholders including artists, art educators, museum curators, activists, as well as Facebook employees, to examine how to better serve artists, including considering a new approach to nudity guidelines.

In order to ensure that Facebook policy is well-informed by external experts and perspectives, the National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC) will collaborate with Facebook convene the group. Participants will discuss the issue of nude photographic art and the harm done to artists, provide insights into the challenges Facebook has faced in developing its nudity policies, and explore ideas for a path forward.

Continue to source: https://ncac.org/news/facebook-agrees-to-reconsider-artistic-nudity-policies

curators note Don’t think this will change anything for naturists as FB will still be the arbiter of what is allowed and simple naturist nudity will have to fit into some kind of artistic frame to try to be acceptable

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One thought on “Facebook Agrees to Reconsider Artistic Nudity Policies (via National Coalition Against Censorship)

  1. It’s just s stall tactic until the protests go away and they can go back censoring.

    They did the same damn thing two-three years ago during the Free The Nipple Rally on Facebook.

    They said back then they’d review their policy and never did.

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