Facebook will see more by the fingers

Facebook is going less stringent control what users places, ' even if that would be in violation of our rules.

That has the network site published Friday. Facebook wants to in the coming time figuring out the best way to do that. "Our intent is to allow more images and stories without security risks and without children and others shocking images to see when they don't want to," according to Facebook.

Facebook got the last time lot of criticism to recover deleted messages and photos. So administrators removed a photo that a Norwegian writer had set. It was a historical photo from the Viet Nam war, namely the image of a Vietnamese girl naked and covered with Burns was running after a napalm attack. It was the image of the Viet Nam war.

After the criticism of erasing that photo Facebook responded: "our solutions will never be perfect, but we will try to improve our rules and their application."