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beach gallery mentioned the image breached the Statement of Rights and Responsibilities, which says: "You aren't going to upload content that: is hate language, endangering, or adult; incites physical violence; or includes nudity or gratuitous or explicit physical violence.".
According to Facebook, it will remove images "if they consist of nudity, substance abuse or another profane content. If naturism attacks an additional specific or team, it'll be gotten rid of too.".
The photograph was released by the web publication Concepts of the Deep Understanding of Things as a test of Facebook's policy of erasing obscene images.
Theories released on it's Facebook page: ""So, below's last evening's FB alertness test results: FB mediators can't advise an elbow from a dangerous, unclean, amazing and violent female breast.)