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Facebook apologized Thursday for disabling the account of an Iowa birth photographer who posted pictures the company initially deemed inappropriate, including shots of a friend and her newborn moments after birth that partially showed her friend's breasts, but not her nipples.
She said she carefully went through them, removing some and cropping others to make sure they did not contain nipples or genitalia so they complied with Facebook policies.
She said she was shocked when Facebook told her last month it had removed inappropriate photos from her page, saying she had carefully cropped pictures to comply with company policies.