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“We’ve been existing online for six years doing really well. So, to have that turned off overnight was devastating,” Lessware said.

“We’re utterly beholden to these social media giants and they don’t give a toss if they are making lives miserable or not.”

She explained that Facebook’s automated moderation systems had flagged their ads in the past for violating the nudity policy.

“But we could always request a human to review it, and they would always say they are absolutely fine,” Lessware explained. “Yet this time they said the decision was correct and that we were permanently banned.”