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Posted by on Jun 28, 2013 in Social Networks |

Facebook announces new policy to avoid warnings controversial Pages and Groups

Facebook announces new policy to avoid warnings controversial Pages and Groups

Facebook announced a new policy of reviews for the Pages and Groups that aims to reduce the cases where ads appear on pages that or their customers would find questionable.

This is because more than one company has seen their ads on in controversial content pages, which has caused to withdraw all their social network advertising. For example, the clothing brand Marks & Spencer pulled his social network advertising after seeing their ads on a page titled “handsome gay boys” photo-sharing teenagers.

This is not at all the end of these groups or any kind of censorship, but simply the ads will not appear in Pages and Groups that contain violent or sexual content, those who now have the space allocated to blank advertising.

Mark Zuckerberg’s company ensures that revisions be made to start it manually, but they plan to develop a process “more automatic and scalable” in the coming weeks.

Link: Facebook Announces New Review Policy To Prevent Controversial Ads From Running On Pages And Groups (TechCrunch)

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