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Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter and Instagram for latest news and live news updates. Home World. Facebook Denies 'Censoring' 19th-Century Vagina Painting Frederic Durand, a teacher, claims that the status of the painting as a cherished work of art did not stop Facebook from shutting down his account.
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February 1, A long-running dispute over claims of censorship by Facebook came to a head in a French court on Thursday, with the social network denying it had deleted a user's account because he posted a picture of a 19th-century painting of a woman's genitals. But Frederic Durand, a teacher, claims that its status as a cherished work of art did not stop Facebook from shutting down his account because of its ban on nude images.
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But it is not welcome on the hallowed walls of Facebook. Facebook has abruptly canceled at least three accounts after users posted the painting, and art connoisseurs are fuming. A Frenchman is suing Facebook because it deleted his account in February after he changed his profile picture to the painting.
Facebook has agreed to settle a years-long legal battle with a French teacher who sued after the social media giant shuttered his account when he posted a renowned 19th-century painting that features a woman's genitals, his lawyer said Thursday. The dispute dates towhen the teacher, Frederic Durand, ran afoul of Facebook's ban on nude images after posting a link that include a thumbnail image of "L'Origine du Monde" The Origin of the Worldan oil painting by the realist painter Gustave Courbet. The painting is one of many treasures that adorn the Musee d'Orsay in Paris and Durand argued that the US tech giant was infringing on his freedom of expression.