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Facebook Is Apologizing For Censorship ... Again

facebook is apologizing for censorship ... again
Watch VideoFacebook is once again apologizing for censoring content, and this time, it's for an animated video about breast cancer. For breast cancer awareness month, Cancerfonden — a Swedish..

Mark Zuckerberg draws flak after Facebook deletes 'napalm girl' post

*London [UK], Sep. 9 (ANI): Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg came under fire from Norway's largest newspaper for the company's decision to censor a historic photograph of the Vietnam War.*
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News video: Facebook Apologizes For “Accidentally” Banning Breast Cancer Video

Facebook Apologizes For “Accidentally” Banning Breast Cancer Video 01:14

Facebook is apologizing after the compoany removed a Swedish Cancer Society animated video for showing a woman checking her breasts. Maria Mercedes Galuppo (@mariamgaluppo) has more.
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News video: Facebook Censors Breast Cancer Ad, Receives Backlash

Facebook Censors Breast Cancer Ad, Receives Backlash 01:05

Facebook removed a Swedish breast cancer awareness ad, and the move did not go over well.
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News video: People Want Facebook to Have a Human Editor

People Want Facebook to Have a Human Editor 01:25

Facebook has had problems with its algorithm for trending topics. But switching back to humans might not be the answer.
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News video: Facebook backs down over 'Napalm girl' photo

Facebook backs down over 'Napalm girl' photo 01:25

Facebook has reinstated the iconic photograph of a naked girl fleeing a napalm attack during the Vietnam War. The u-turn came after the editor of Norway’s largest newspaper, Aftenposten, published an..
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News video: Facebook U-turn: 'Napalm girl' photo permitted

Facebook U-turn: 'Napalm girl' photo permitted 02:13

Norway's Prime Minister has stepped into a row between Facebook and a national newspaper over censorship. Erna Solberg says Facebook was wrong to remove an iconic war photo of a naked screaming girl..
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Sheryl Sandberg admits Facebook messed up its handling of ‘Napalm Girl’ photo

sheryl sandberg admits facebook messed up its handling of ‘napalm girl’ photo
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has expressed regret over her company’s oversight in regards to its removal of an iconic Vietnam War photo. She made the statement in a letter addressed to Norway's Prime..
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'We don't always get it right'; Facebook apologizes for removing iconic 'napalm girl' photo

'we don't always get it right'; facebook apologizes for removing iconic 'napalm girl' photo
Facebook's chief operating officer has apologized to Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg for deleting a photograph from its pages and conceded that “we don't always get it right.”
canoe.ca Also reported by •NewsmaxSeattlePI.comSFGateNew Zealand Heraldajc.com

Facebook chief Sandberg sorry for removing ‘napalm girl’ photo

The chief operating officer of Facebook has apologized to Norway’s prime minister for deleting an iconic photograph of a naked girl running from a napalm attack during the Vietnam War.
USATODAY.com Also reported by •SeattlePI.comSFGateNew Zealand Heraldajc.comSeattle Times

Facebook reinstates 'Napalm Girl' photo

SeekingAlpha Also reported by •Raw Story

With 'Napalm Girl,' Facebook Humans (Not Algorithms) Struggle To Be Editor

A little-known team of humans at Facebook removed the iconic photo from the site this week. That move shows how much the company is struggling internally to exercise the most basic editorial judgment.

Correction: Norway-Facebook-Napalm Girl story

Correction: Norway-Facebook-Napalm Girl story

The Wall Street Journal: Facebook backs down on censoring ‘napalm girl’ photo after public outcry


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