This undated picture released on February 28, 2018 shows the prehistoric "Venus of Willendorf" figurine pictured at the Nature Historical Museum in Vienna, Austria. / AFP / APA / STRINGER
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Facebook apologized Thursday for censoring the prehistoric "Venus of Willendorf" figurine, considered a masterpiece of the Paleolithic era.Facebook is regularly criticized over content which it bans or indeed content it allows to be published.On March 15, a French court is due to pronounce on the decision by the California-based social networking site to close the Facebook account of someone who posted a photo of 19th century French painter Gustave Courbet's "Origin of the World" painting, which depicts female genitalia.
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