Facebook, however, removed some of the advertisements from the social media platform because the images violated a policy it has for user content. Facebook was heavily criticised over the live stream of the Christchurch terror attacks. That live stream was only removed in March after the New Zealand Police contacted the platform directly to alert them to the minute video being shared to millions of people. Since then, Facebook has claimed to have removed more than 1. Despite that, video copies of the incident have been found to still be circulating online - and are being viewed thousands of times. Pictures: Facebook's year timeline and the staggering numbers behind its success lovemoney.
Join us in supporting the breast cancer fight by uploading a filter to your Facebook profile picture! You can preview what your profile picture will look like, adjust its size to better fit, choose a different picture to use, and choose how long you want this frame to be on your profile picture it is set to 1 week by default- we recommend at least through the end of October. At the end of the specified time, your profile picture will silently change back to the one you had before this no News Feed story will be generated. STEP 4 Once you have uploaded your new profile picture, ask your followers to do the same! You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account.
Facebook is coming under fire for banning an Australian breast cancer nonprofit's ad campaign, saying it violates their nudity rules. Run by the Breast Cancer Network Australia BCNA , the ads feature topless photos of breast cancer survivors in which they're covering themselves with baked goods. The campaign is a partnership with Australian bakery chain Bakers Delight, and all proceeds for sales of "Pink Fun Buns" will go to the nonprofit. The ads, some of which feature postmastectomy scars, were "specifically designed to draw attention to the disease that affects more than 19, people every year," BCNA said.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we are giving this helpful guide about signs and symptoms of breast cancer to every woman who requests it. Help us honor those at every step of the breast cancer journey by sharing the story of how you or someone you love has been affected by breast cancer. We will share these stories throughout the month of October on our social media platforms to encourage others facing breast cancer. Share Now. When you need information, help, or hope, we are here for you.