The company's 7, content moderators use Facebook's new page content guidelines list when deciding what's acceptable content on the platform — and what should be taken down.
It includes obvious bans like copyright and trademark infringement, butts threats of violence, and sexual exploitation. But it also sheds new light on how Facebook regulates "gray area" posts.
For instance, you're all allowed to post hate speech Facebook clarified that the onus is on users to make their intentions clear when sharing content. Nude pictures of children -- even when posted by parents. Facebook also says once naked child outgrows the "toddler-age" uncovered female nipples in photos aren't allowed.
The company also advises users not to share content that shows "squeezing naked female breast w bush naked in breastfeeding context.
Claiming that a victim of a tragedy is actually a liar, or being paid to lie. Facebook isn't a place to come clean about crimes ranging from theft to sexual assault on the platform.