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Facebook restores page for breast cancer tattoo artist

Facebook restores page for breast cancer tattoo artist

– Columbia, MO (65201)TodaySunshine to start, then a few afternoon clouds.High around 60F.Winds SW at 10 to 15 mph..TonightRain showers this evening with overcast skies overnight.
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Facebook apologizes for taking down tattoo artist’s work on breast cancer survivors

Facebook apologizes for taking down tattoo artist's work on breast cancer survivors

Facebook has apologized for disabling the account of an artist whose posts were intended to showcase tattoos for breast cancer survivors who had undergone reconstructive surgery.STLToday.com reported that Kerry Soraci’s page Tattoos by Kerry Soraci was disabled Dec. 30, because it featured “content that is sexually suggestive/contains nudity” and thus did not follow the site’s “community standards.”The site had also disabled pages for her other businesses, I Scream Cakes and Kaleidoscope Ceiling, because she was the administrators for those too.Soraci told the news website that it took media coverage to get Facebook’s attention.
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Facebook apologizes for taking down breast cancer inking

Facebook apologizes for taking down breast cancer inking

– Kerry Soraci is a tattoo artist in the St Louis area who creates tattoos of the nipple and areola for breast cancer survivors after they have undergone reconstructive surgeryA tattoo artist who helps breast cancer survivors to recover from reconstructive surgery was accidentally removed from Facebook for displaying her work.Kerry Soraci is a tattoo artist in the St Louis area who creates tattoos of the nipple and areola for breast cancer survivors after they have undergone reconstructive surgery.Facebook says it was mistaken in disabling the Soraci’s accounts, after initially telling Soraci that the photos she was sharing did not meet ‘community standards’.
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