Jill White told WBTV that she had recreated the famous "Coppertone Girl" pose with her two-year-old daughter. The photo was deemed "pornographic" by Facebook and she was banned for 24 hours. (Source: Facebook/Jill White Photography)
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Jill White, a photographer from North Carolina, told WBTV that she had
recreated the famous "Coppertone Girl" pose with her two-year-old
daughter. The photo was deemed "pornographic" by Facebook and she was
threatened with a lifetime ban.
White said after the photo was reported to Facebook the first time, she
was banned for 24 hours. After the ban, she censored the photo and
reposted it onto Facebook.
Facebook defended its guidelines to WBTV.
"It is hard. With over 1 billion people using Facebook we have to put in
place a set of universal guidelines that respect the views of a wide
range of people," a Facebook spokesperson said.
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