Recently, Facebook banned pictures of a woman showing her mastectomy scars, calling the images "sexual and abusive." For anyone who has seen these pictures, those are not words they inspire. However, Facebook has taken back its original ban and apologized to Sharon Adams, the poster of the pictures and breast cancer survivor. After the original decision was made, hundreds of users in the U.K. ...
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