Newsclip®: [Technology] Facebook sorry for banning plus-size women group’s ad | New York Post

"First they came for the conservatives — then they went after the plus-sized models. Facebook on Monday reversed its decision to ban an ad showing a size 26 woman wearing a bikini, initially claiming the image was a violation of its health and safety standards. The social media site apologized Monday for banning the snap of Tess Holliday, a model who is an outspoken critic of body shamers -- reversing its previous statement that it went against the guidelines that prohibit displaying “body parts in an undesirable manner.” “Our team processes millions of advertising images each week, and in some instances we incorrectly prohibit ads,” Facebook said in a statement. “This image does not violate our ad policies. We apologize for the error and have let the advertiser know we are approving their ad.” The apology comes after Facebook refused to promote a June conference hosted by Cherez la Femme, a feminist Australian group, called",

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