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JUL 26, 2022
Today, the Oversight Board selected a case appealed by a Facebook user regarding a post containing an image depicting an individual who was killed in the Ukrainian city of Bucha during the Russian invasion of Ukraine and text containing an excerpt from a Russian poem. The caption discusses the Russian invasion and includes reference to a Russian poem from WWII which includes a call for violence against the Nazi invading forces.
Upon initial review, Meta took down this content for violating our policy on Hate Speech. However, upon additional review, we determined we removed this content in error and reinstated it with a warning screen over the image.
We will implement the board’s decision once it has finished deliberating, and we will update this post accordingly. Please see the board’s website for the decision when they issue it.