LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 25:  In this photo illustration the Social networking site Facebook is displayed on a laptop screen on March 25, 2009 in London, England. The British government has made proposals which would force Social networking websites such as Facebook to pass on details of users, friends and contacts to help fight terrorism.  (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

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If you were hoping to use Facebook to make money using violence, porn, drugs or hatred, you might be disappointed. The social networking giant wants content creators to earn money, but not at the expense of the family friendly social network it’s built, or the integrity of its advertising clients. Earlier today, Facebook established formal rules for what kinds of content can’t be monetized with Branded Content, Instant Articles, and mid-roll video Ad Breaks.

Users will no longer be allowed to use depictions of death or incendiary social issues even as part of news or an awareness campaign.