Photo Sharing News Byte: Facebook to Pull Ads From Pages With Sex, Violence

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Photo Sharing News Byte: Facebook to Pull Ads From Pages With Sex, Violence

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Facebook Inc said it will no longer allow ads to appear on pages with sexual or violent content, as the online social network moves to appease marketers being associated with objectionable material. The moves come a month after several businesses pulled their ads from Facebook amid reports of pages on Facebook that promoted violence against women. Facebook recently said it would remove advertising from pages with content that might be offensive or controversial. Michelle Obama has officially joined Instagram and for her first upload on the popular photo-sharing site, the First Lady posted a picture of her and daughter Malia with several other women they met recently on the First Family's trip to Africa.

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