KSDK - After banning videos featuring beheadings in May, social networking giant Facebook has reversed its policy, allowing for their return, BBC reports.
A suicide prevention charity condemned the move, claiming that graphic videos are "psychologically destructive" for young people.
Facebooks terms and conditions state that it will remove videos or photos that glorify violence or other banned material. A Facebook spokesperson said beheading videos that condemn the act will be allowed, since the network hopes to start discussions about controversial events.
The spokeswoman told BBC that Facebook is also working on giving people additional control over the content that they see, which may include a warning if images contain graphic content.
Facebook originally pulled decapitation videos after a lobbying group complained that they "crossed a line."
You can read BBC's full report here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-24608499