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For four centuries, Peter Paul Rubens' exuberant nudes have been known to shock and delight in sometimes equal measure.Belgian museums have united to protest Facebook, whose adult content rules and automatic censorship prevent their promoting Flemish Masters like Rubens on the site.In a mock news report produced by the Flanders tourist board, a security guard in the Rubens House Museum is seen spreading his arms before the painting "Adam & Eve," whose biblical figures are covered only by fig leaves, and diverting visitors to other paintings where everyone is properly dressed.The issue of censorship wouldn't be unfamiliar to Rubens, who died in 1640 .
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