Remember the Canadian trans man whose photos were pulled by Facebook because he was shirtless in them? They put them back up saying that they'd educate people in much the same way photos of the earthquake in Haiti did, and then they took them down again:
"Are you kidding me?" says Scaia. "We just went through this whole thing, and I thought it was over. I thought this wasn't going to happen again and obviously it's because someone reported the photo."
And put them back up:
"The removal of Mr Scaia's photos was in no way intended to target him personally. Instead, it resulted from the fact that monitoring content and responding to user reports across a user base of over 350 million people is a complex process that requires the work of a large team of reviewers. While every effort is made to ensure consistency in reviews, there may be instances when this does not happen and we attempt to resolve those issues as quickly as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience caused and are taking steps to try and ensure that this does not happen to Mr Scaia again."
I don't have much to say about this, except that it's just another sign that we can't relax or win, ever.