Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Facebook Lifts May Ban On Beheadings And Violent Posted Videos

Graphic videos including beheadings will survive Facebook restrictions, if they're posted to raise awareness and not to promote or encourage violence.

By H. Nelson Goodson
October 22, 2013

Menlo Park, CA - Facebook (FB) decided to lift its temporary May ban on violent and beheading videos as long as postings raise awareness instead of glorifying or promoting violence.
FB in May place a temporary ban on such violent videos after receiving numerous complaints. A spokesperson told CNNMoney that if the posting is to raise awareness and is condemning the violent video and doesn't encourage killings, it will be allowed to be posted. "If the video were being celebrated, or the actions in it encouraged, our approach would be different," a spokesperson told CNNMoney.
Most graphic beheadings and violent videos can be found on numerous Internet web sites and easily accessible to anyone searching for them.
Warning: Beheading video real or altered of woman being executed by an alleged Zeta suspect for snitching. Sharpest small knife ever used in a beheading, leads to believe video altered.  What do you think, is it real or fake? 

Beheading graphic video link at: http://ow.ly/q4DdS

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