Facebook has backed down after deleting the iconic photo of a naked, screaming, napalm-burned Vietnamese girl in the name of "maintaining a safe and respectful experience for our global community." The shift came amidst charges the social network was revising history, abusing its power, attacking "a mainstay of our democratic society" - and proving it really needs to learn some editorial judgment if it can't understand the obscenity of the photo lies not in its nudity.
"Facebook's own employees are rising up against the company's dangerous decision to help politicians lie to U.S. voters."
Facebook founder and CEO is warned that lawmakers have "serious concerns" about...
"Just one of those crazy things about the U.S. Congress, that we all know and...
The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights
Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood
Freedom From Facebook