The image shows screaming children running from a burning Vietnamese village. They brought about a change of attitude which played a role in ending the war. However Mr Hansen said that Mr Zuckerberg was "the world's most powerful editor" as Facebook was "offering us a great channel for distributing our content". It captures the terrible situation of innocents caught in the crossfire of the war. Buy credit pack and save more.
In response, Aftenposten splashed the photograph across the front page of its newspaper and website on Friday next to a large Facebook logo, and wrote a front-page editorial headlined "Dear Mark Zuckerberg", arguing that the network was undermining democracy. The revolt escalated on Friday when Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg posted the image on her profile and Facebook deleted that too. Last month, Egeland used the platform to post the iconic photo of a girl, screaming and naked, fleeing napalm bombs during the Vietnam War. Secret papers reveal workings of China's Xinjiang detention camps. It captures the terrible situation of innocents caught in the crossfire of the war. The media played a decisive role in reporting different stories about the war than the men in charge wanted them to publish. Copyright : Philippe Halle.
Facebook took it down and banned Egeland from posting anything for 24 hours. Later on Friday, Facebook said in a statement that it would be reversing course on the image, given "its status as an iconic image of historical importance":. This is exactly why I keep suggesting Facebook needs a top level journalist. This is how a democracy must function. Facebook: Social media platform or news gatekeeper? Facebook uses an anti-child exploitation software tool by Microsoft known as PhotoDNA which constantly crawls through its pages looking for, matching and deleting exploitative photos of children. In addition, we reserve our rights to this powerful image.
Copyright : Philippe Halle. Using this image on a resale item or template? They brought about a change of attitude which played a role in ending the war. Solberg in her posting also praised Facebook for combating pictures of child abuse. The company said it would reinstate the photo in places where it knew it had been removed — which might take a few days — and will adjust its "review mechanisms" so it can be shared on the site moving forward. Aftenposten Facebook recently deleted a post from a Norwegian author who shared the photo and suspended him — prompting Norway's biggest newspaper to write a scathing open letter to CEO Mark Zuckerberg , accusing him of "abusing" his power and abdicating his editorial responsibilities.