Thank you for getting back with me. I went through the pictures that I
though I uploaded. The only picture I found missing was this:
I find it odd that this one was censored when these were not:
same pose, only this is my 10 yr old's deer from the week before.
Same boy, same meat pole, 2006
Me and John Paul II on our last deer hunt together.
Help me out here. Obviously there is some standard you use. Something this
important can't be as capricious as what it seems. What is appropriate
about these pics and what is not appropriate about the others? About the
only thing different is my son, Mooseboy took off his shirt to clean the
deer. Is that it? If I post this picture, will it pass muster?
Or is this more or less appropriate?
Is it because one was taken during the night time and not during the day?
I really do not want to run afoul of your censors again. I'm just looking
for a written guideline I can follow so that future posts are not censored.
I'll be more than happy to follow whatever guidelines you have. If this
material is so touchy, is there someone I can pre-screen my images with, or
do I just have to guess?
If the profile or
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-------------Original Message-------------10/27/2008 11:49 AM CONTACT
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Earlier today, I received the following message:
_____________________________________________________ We had to remove
an image (or images) from your account because they violated our Terms
of Use. Our site is for people as young as 13, so we can’t have certain
kinds of pics (nude/sexually explicit, violence, material protected by
copyright). Find out more about content we don’t allow at
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If you find an image which you feel is in violation of our Terms, please
feel free to use the ’report image’ link below the image. Thanks for
your understanding. MySpace Safety & Security
________________________________________________ I can’t figure out what
you’re referring to. I put up a few pictures of my sons’ hunting trips.
I see that one son’s pic is gone. What possible problem could you or
anyone else have with a picture of a boy with his first deer? I am an
outdoor writer. This was a fair-chase kill with a muzzleloader. The boy
is proud of his shot. There was no gratuitous gore-- just the boy
standing next to his doe at the meatpole. I would like a detailed answer
regarding this incident, and I would like to know under what specific
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