Facebook is no stranger to blunders and it just added another to its running list. The Guardian reports that the company asked some of its users to take a survey over the weekend, with questions delving into what should or shouldn't be allowed on the site and who should police content. Among these questions was one that read, "There are a wide range of topics and behaviors that appear on Facebook. In thinking about an ideal world where you could set Facebook's policies, how would you handle the following: a private message in which an adult man asks a 14 year old girl for sexual pictures." Survey takers could respond that such content should be allowed and they wouldn't mind seeing it, that it should be allowed but they wouldn't want to see it, that it shouldn't be allowed or no preference.