After someone in the UK created a Facebook Fan Page for an accused murderer, Facebook responded by taking the page down. Common sense says this is the right thing to do, but is it really the best practice?
Obviously, Facebook is not a public institution, but censorship moves always set up tricky predicaments when it comes to the freedom of expression of its users. Does it now have to monitor and remove similar pages? Should they take down the page for that same alleged criminal calling for him to be hanged? Should it be involved at all? [Daily Dot]