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  skitzymew  |  19

35, actually they will. You can report a photo because it's a picture you don't want of yourself on FB. I have unfortunately had to do it a few times because the person kept posting it.

By  bossiblondi  |  9

that's why you take her out and get her slobbering drunk and after she has puked and her mascara is smeared and she can barely open her eyes, you snap a photo and post it EVERYWHERE.

  imagineapc  |  11

No they won't. You have to have several photos, comments, statuses, etc before Facebook will act on removing anything from someone's profile. If its her photo, it's her intellectual property. Just because the ugly friend is in it doesn't mean she has any rights to it at all.

  Voij  |  16

First of all: All pictures on facebook are property of facebook, unless trademarked/registered by other institutions.
Most importantly, however, none of the pictures you upload to facebook actually belong to you. [Well, the originals do... the versions that are on facebook belong to facebook. It's in the EULA, read it some time.]

Now couple this with the fact that facebook implemented an option to, at least in theory, have pictures of you deleted if you don't want to be shown in them and we reach a simple conclusion: Reporting this picture at least has a chance of getting it removed from facebook.
(Whether anybody eventually comes around to taking care of this report is another thing entirely, though.)

  CountryGirlx  |  4

Wow. Aren't you just a bundle of joy. You automatically think she's "ugly" just because one picture made her look bad? She could be amazingly gorgeous for all you know. Don't judge so quickly.

By  150493x  |  29

She's probably that "friend" who hangs around with certain people so she seems more attractive. Or so she thinks. You don't need someone like this, OP!