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“Stop allowing your users to police your platform and do your job for you,” said Tyler.

“Stop allowing trolls and unfair reporting of innocent photos to lead to entire accounts being deleted.” Facebook recently updated their Terms of Service and community standards to address breastfeeding: Facebook has a strict policy against the sharing of pornographic content and any explicitly sexual content where a minor is involved.

“When we looked at it later, her tan line reminded us so much of the famous Coppertone ad.” But whether the photo was planned or not, it’s against the rules.

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(CBS SF) — A group of women who were banned from Instagram for posting pictures of breastfeeding and diaper-clad infants are planning to demonstrate in front of Facebook, which owns the image-sharing social network.

The group, which calls itself The Mothers of Instagram, says it wants to call attention to the hundreds of deleted accounts and censored images of breastfeeding and babies or children wearing just a diaper.

“We agree that breastfeeding is natural and beautiful and we’re glad to know that it’s important for mothers to share their experiences with others on Facebook.

The vast majority of these photos are compliant with our policies,” Facebook’s Help Center wrote.

The petition says policies designed to keep lewd photos off Facebook and Instagram are misused to make women and breastfeeding moms feel like they’re doing something wrong – while at the same time highly-sexualized images of women abound on both networks as well as brutal images of war casualties.

The petition had nearly 20,000 supporters as of Friday afternoon.

Lee Rowland, a staff attorney at the ACLU responded: We won’t ever (apologies in advance) post gratuitous nudity—flesh or metal—online.

Anything we post illustrates a broader point about our civil liberties.

The group also plans to call on Facebook’s Manager of Safety and Privacy, Nicky Jackson Colaco, to change the system that regulates Instagram’s and Facebook’s censorship terms, which rely on users flagging images they consider objectionable.

Oakland mother Mandee Tyler said Facebook and Instagram censorship terms are sexualizing the innocence of children and the natural act of breastfeeding.

The women and their supporters plan to bring posters of the images they say got them deleted from Instagram.

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