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Facebook page with adult content

Discussion in 'Facebook' started by SixOn, Sep 15, 2011.

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    I want to start a Facebook fan pages with pictures of hot chicks
    SEMrush
    How do I protect my page from being deleted & having my personal account from being deleted by those sleazy Facebook admins?

    I'm asking this because Facebook has this report this to Facebook link & every time someone reports your picture, it either gets removed immediately or you get ridiculous ban like not posting/tagging or commenting on your own contents.

    YOu might think restricting page use to 18 can help but you will be surprised at the number of pages that had been deleted because of this report to Facebook thing.
     
    SixOn, Sep 15, 2011 IP
    SEMrush
  2. Jigney

    Jigney Active Member

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    As per the TOS of Facebook , you can not post adult content or Hot Pics. Once you are caught Facebook will delete your account.
     
    Jigney, Sep 15, 2011 IP
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    hot chick doesn't mean adult content . so probabli you should not be banned
     
    PetreTerror, Sep 19, 2011 IP
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    thunderlice Peon

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    With problem, you should contact facebook help center
     
    thunderlice, Sep 19, 2011 IP
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    music legend Well-Known Member

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    you will get banned within a matter of minutes. there is no way around it
     
    music legend, Sep 19, 2011 IP
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    buburuza Peon

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    I think you should send an email to facebook help center ,good luck:)
     
    buburuza, Sep 20, 2011 IP
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    All you have to do is not have nudity and have a statement that its for entertainment purposes. There are a number of groups/pages like that.
     
    jmj8778, Oct 5, 2011 IP
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    linhdv Peon

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    I saw some page with very hot picture but they still grow up.
     
    linhdv, Oct 9, 2011 IP
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    banglafive Peon

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    Facebook have many many hot profile picture still now. A hot picture is not a porn. Please avoid to post fully porn picture. Then you have not any trouble from facebook admin. But if you post some porn clips you must be deleted. So try without porn.
     
    banglafive, Oct 9, 2011 IP
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    michael_jackson Greenhorn

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    yeah every one know the fb doing this on few reports...
     
    michael_jackson, Dec 23, 2013 IP
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    This is true that many millions facebook pages are having adult contant, so you may also post there. But if someone report your page than they will got deleted by FB.
     
    submission_webkul, Dec 27, 2013 IP
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    FB TOS specifies to not post content that has nudity.

    So, stick to hot pics and bikini babes as long as there is no nudity showing.
     
    teamnirvana, May 26, 2015 IP
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    TB Ann Banned

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    TB Ann, May 26, 2015 IP
  14. JAYFRESSH

    JAYFRESSH Greenhorn

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    What would be the point of this page? See how many guys you can get to look at your stolen pictures, for what gain?
     
    JAYFRESSH, Jun 3, 2015 IP
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    Webmaster.Xochitl Greenhorn

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    Share your problems with Facebook Help Community. You will get the best answers soon.
     
    Webmaster.Xochitl, Jun 8, 2015 IP
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    LifeArt Peon

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    You will get banned , better try twitter they have no observations on pornografy....
     
    LifeArt, Feb 25, 2017 IP
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    Yeah, this is a "slippery slope". First, all it takes is one reader to report your Facebook page and FB, after reviewing the page, may then delete the "offensive" picture or post. Knowing the TOS helps but FB doesn't explicitly always adhere to their own rules. There seems to be some subjective interpretation. Secondly, as has been mentioned in this thread, as long as the pictures aren't offensive or pornographic in nature (nudity and / or adult themes), you should be safe. I've had some of my posts removed because someone complained that I was breaking copyright law, which was total BS but nevertheless, my post was taken down. Lastly, FB won't terminate your account after the first offence. But if you get flagged two or three times, then make no mistake about it, Facebook will terminate and close your account in a heartbeat. There are other platforms where you can post pictures for "mature audiences" with little to no problems. Pinterest, Dailymotion, Tumblr, are just a few where you can probably post pictures of this nature. Hopefully this helps.....
     
    Dana C. Beck, Feb 27, 2017 IP