Facebook Takes Their Anti-Gun Stance To a Whole New Level With THIS Policy Change


The issue of 3-D printed guns has been controversial over the last few weeks. Court proceedings and lawsuits have been nonstop and it's all to answer one question: should 3-D printed guns and their data be treated as a firearm or intellectual property.

Facebook has now decided to weigh in on that debate. The social media giant is now removing content that details how an individual can develop a 3-D printed gun, Reuters reported. 

"Sharing instructions on how to manufacture firearms using 3D printers or CNC milling machines is not allowed under our Community Standards. In line with our policies, we are removing this content from Facebook,” a company spokesperson told CNN in a statement. 

The sudden change means that if a person wants to share blueprints with friends and family and the link is posted to the social media website, it will not be accessible.
Source: Town Hall

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