I started Googling what to do and learned that Facebook has recently instituted a policy that it can block anyone without
Facebook always clings to the high ground when it takes these actions, citing its "Community Standards" where they declare
But in reality, Thursday’s decision could clear the way for civil libertarian nightmares down the road. European countries
In real life, I was able to appeal this decision, but with you, we cannot click on an "appeal" tab. And since I am a feminist, I cannot stop myself from noticing male chests circulating all over your site without consequence and receive your narrow-minded precepts like a discriminatory slap in the face. Is Facebook chauvinistic?
Zuckerberg's latest play for the hearts and minds of Chinese officialdom comes just weeks after he pulled off a far more
Index Librorum Prohibitorum established by Pope Paul IV (1559) The Catholic Church’s power rivaled that of empires in 1559
Kaaden was inspired to create the series after posting a nude sculpture from the Louvre on social media, which was promptly
It's both the best of times and the worst of times for the free speech rights the network is supposed to support. To break the cycle of repression we must look more closely at the tools protesters and reporters use and ask whether they further the cause of freedom, or just make speakers more vulnerable.
Last month, Denmark was crowned the happiest country in the world.
Facebook has removed a video clip showing a woman's decapitation and issued new rules about what can be shared on its site.
Illegal immigrants are dying in the Mediterranean in record numbers because criminal gangs know that rich northern European countries such as the UK are too scared to address the issue of international migration because of domestic politics.
Ahmed brings us up to date on the high level of disappointment felt by Saudi Prince Turki over the United State's involvement with Syria.
But Facebook said on Tuesday that it had decided to "strengthen" its enforcement of the policy. Facebook said on Monday that
Launched by French photographer Alain Bachellier, the Facebook event asked its 8,000-plus participants to publish a nude
If Facebook refuses to ban those pages due to freedom of speech concerns which are valid, how can Facebook then ban images of women breastfeeding or breast cancer body paintings or 19th century art for that matter?
We were quite surprised last year when Facebook took down a photo posted by the New York Academy of Art on our page. It never
This week I learned of something I find egregious: Facebook now claims the authority to determine what does and does not constitute art.
This week on HuffPost Arts, we marveled at the world's largest street mural, gawked at some folly architecture and whispered
Whether we attribute it to the power that women hold over men or Courbet's audacity to paint a frank image of a vagina as art in 1866, L'Origine du monde still has enough power to scandalize the censors at the social media giant, Facebook.