Facebook: "Just Say Now" marijuana ad kerfuffle is a tempest in a pot leaf

Earlier today, I blogged about claims by marijuana legalization campaign "Just Say Now" that Facebook's decision to not run their ads was a form of censorship. My post included the group's arguments as to why they believed this to be the case. Andrew Noyes of Facebook tells Boing Boing that the decision was, in fact, in line with Facebook's stated ad policies—and that the visual element of the hemp leaf was what crossed the line: "We don't allow any images of drugs, drug paraphernalia, or tobacco in ad
images on Facebook. 'Just Say Now' can continue to advertise on Facebook
using a different image."