Facebook and Pinterest display child abuse warning if you search for LO*I

Facebook and Pinterest display child abuse warning

Facebook and Pinterest display child abuse warning! It is always a concern here on the site to use the term “loli” in titles because Facebook has complained about us using this word before.

There are certain words that Facebook doesn’t like and I end up having problems posting them, words like Loli, Shota, Hentai among others, which is why you sometimes see terms like “R18” here.

But some days ago I found out that Facebook really doesn’t like Loli! If you go to Facebook and type “Loli” in the search bar, the social network will show you the results but before that comes this warning:

Facebook and Pinterest display child abuse warning
Facebook and Pinterest display child abuse warning

From what I could see, this warning has been there for years, but I only found out about it some days ago, I’m impressed! I did the same test with the term “Shota” but it doesn’t have the same warning.

From now on I will have to be even more careful when using the term loli here on the site.

Pinterest also displays the same warning:

Facebook and Pinterest display child abuse warning
Facebook and Pinterest display child abuse warning

However, if you search for “Japanese schoolgirl”, we get the same warning but the site doesn’t display any images!

Facebook and Pinterest display child abuse warning

Sugoi!

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