Facebook, Instagram may lift ban on bare breasts — but only for trans, non-binary
U.S. · TECH · CULTURE · POLITICS · MEDIA
January 18, 20233 min read533 words
Published: January 18, 2023  |  3 min read533 words
Facebook and Instagram may allow transgender and non-binary users to flash their bare breasts — but women who were born female and who are eager to “free the nipple” are out of luck, according to Meta’s advisory board. Meta’s Oversight Board — an independent body of experts which...
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Sensational
Jan 20
The article starts out by sensationalizing the news story a bit, but then delves into the details and actual policy decisions made by Meta's Oversight Board. I think Meta has chosen a very difficult policy to enforce, especially because it all relies on how the user self-identifies, and think it would have been easier had they done as many suggest and just "free the nipple".
Jan 20
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