Yesterday, BBC news broke a story about a change in Facebook policy - saying that it will now allow violent content - such as beheadings - to be published. The caveat? It's allowed as long as the intent is to RAISE AWARENESS rather than celebrate violence.
After news of the reversal broke on Tuesday - and ensuing outrage began - Facebook spokeman Matt Steinfeld clarified their position, saying Facebook would "take a more holistic look at the context surrounding a violent image or video, and will remove content that celebrates violence" while allowing some content "of public interest or concern."
Alas, individuals like Acharya - whose pages exist solely for the purpose of RAISING AWARENESS rather than celebrating violence - are banned without warning with no hope of return.