"See, according to Facebook it's all part of the acceptable use policy you agreed to. No, I'm not kidding... Is this not the same Facebook that just went back and retooled a TOS that users found objectionable? Didn't they just finish apologizing and kissing our butts over the crapstorm that ensued?" ~Lee Mathews, Download Squad
What he's talking about is the ad he's showing on his page that's showing a photo of a woman next to an ad referring to "hot singles". The problem with the ad is that she's not single and her photo was not taken so that it could be put in a singles ad. It was her Facebook profile photos and now it's being used in a way she never expected.
Is this really happening? Facebook, I'm talking to you! Are you really going to let this happen to your readership?
Right now, all of you can prevent this from happening by going into your Facebook settings, both your profile settings and your search settings, and make some changes. Make sure that your photo settings are secure and that you've not chosen the "everyone" setting for your photos. Clarification on Facebook Ads, From Facebook