Tennessee Parents Heather and Patrick Walker welcomed their son Grayson James Walker in 2012. The infant lived only eight hours after suffering from anencephaly, a rare birth defect where a baby is born without parts of the brain and skull.
Mom posted photos of her recently deceased son on Facebook to share his memory with family and friends. Facebook then deleted the images and she was blocked from the site. [Source]
What do you think? Was Facebook in the right or wrong?
LATER: "Facebook also explained that mom was never suspended, but temporarily blocked her ability to upload photos as a consequence of having a photo removed from the site. This happens automatically whenever a user is cautioned for inappropriate content"