I often get the question: What is considered acceptable content and what will get me in trouble on Facebook?
There is no easy or clear cut answer. The Facebook TOS (Terms of Service) concerning acceptable content, as with many Facebook rules are pretty vague and murky and their application, at Facebook’s discretion with little if any recourse.
The TOS states: “You will not post content that: is hateful, threatening, or pornographic; incites violence; or contains nudity or graphic or gratuitous violence,”
The interpretation is subjective and left to a committee based in Ireland, one of the most puritan countries in Europe. As we have seen in the past, the interpretation and application has been at best random, without due process and recourse.
To stay on the safe side, the best advice I can give is: do not post anything you would not want your mother or grand mother to see.
If you are not confused enough as most of us are, this article titled: “Too far for Facebook? How the site decides what to ban” goes into more details.