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MANDATORY FACEBOOK POLICY-READ!
Laws on regulated goods may differ greatly by country and state. For example, in the U.S., the private sale of firearms is generally restricted to sales between residents of the same state, and certain categories of people are prohibited from purchasing firearms (learn more from The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives). For that reason, we require you to remind your audience about their legal responsibilities in the About section of your Page by adding: "[Gun/alcohol/tobacco/adult product] sales are regulated in most places and may be prohibited. Follow all applicable laws. Learn more: fburl.com/16417234." If your Page promotes the sale of guns, you must also include: "Background checks may be required."

Facebook will block all children (under 18) from viewing reported posts from individual gun sellers or gun pages where guns are sold or traded.

Facebook will allow users to report posts that may facilitate or promote potentially illegal gun activity.

Facebook will delete reported posts that indicate that the seller will not conduct a background check or that a buyer is seeking to avoid a background check.

Facebook will delete reported posts that indicate that a seller is willing to sell across state lines.

Facebook will continue to report to law enforcement any gun-related posts that may pose a threat to public safety.

Facebook will require private sellers who are reported for offering a gun for sale to acknowledge the relevant laws that apply to them – including that background checks may be required before completing a sale. These sellers will be blocked by Facebook from continuing to the site until they acknowledge this policy.

Facebook will take down reported pages and groups where guns are sold until the owner of the page acknowledges this policy and includes this information prominently at the top of the page.

Facebook’s Help Center will remind sellers that they may conduct background checks for safety purposes even where not legally required

IN ALL STATES, SALES OF FIREARMS ACROSS STATE LINES MUST BE DONE THRU A FFL!
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