Women’s rights movement FEMEN has asked Facebook's founder Mark Zuckerberg to restore access to group's main page on the social network, after the company decided to close it last week.
FEMEN's pages are followed by 170,000 users, making it one of the biggest women’s communities on Facebook. However, the site accused them of spreading pornography and promoting prostitution and decided to block their main page, the same day the firm terminated with the French one.
On 2 July, the movement pu...
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