Its 1.06 billion monthly active users can't be wrong: Facebook is really, really good at a lot of things. When it comes to staying connected, forging new relationships, and sharing information, there's a reason Facebook is the most used social network in the world. Unfortunately, when it comes to policing user-submitted photos, Facebook just can't quite seem to get it right.
Well, okay, in terms of sheer numbers we probably have to assume Facebook gets it right more than they get it wrong. But most Facebook photo controversies have a way of making headlines, and the company has come under fire for all sorts of photo-blocking decisions (including, hilariously, this image of a woman's elbows). The most recent kerfuffle came when Facebook deleted the images posted by breastfeeding advocate Kristy Kemp, then blocked her from the site -- but based on their subsequent response, it appears the social media giant may be getting more sensitive to the public accusations of censorship.