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Summary Tom Egeland, A Norwegian author In one of the best-selling novels, he posted a photo of himself known as “War Terror” on Facebook. Historical photograph (taken by Vietnamese-American photographer Nick Ut) Shows her naked Vietnamese girl Running from the Naples attack During the Vietnam War.
Utu’s stunning portrayal of the horrors of the war in Vietnam has brought on spectators around the world. But it was not without controversy. In light of the baby’s facial nudity in the picture, the Associated Press backed Uut, citing a paper ban on nudity. In this case, the boy’s nakedness caused more opposition than usual. Finally, the APA. Decided to run the photo, the result P. Leather Award for UT 1973
Despite the historical significance of the photo, Facebook Tom Egeland decided to suspend his account. He also deleted the post.
Facebook’s decision was based on the Terms of Service. The denial of the photo is a historical monument, but the modest efforts at the forum are not in line with history.
Notice sent to Egeland He indicated that any visible penis would be modest. There is also a need for the forum to inform the government about child sexual abuse (CMM) materials, and problems have arisen that they have not been able to cope with the algorithms on their own.
The decision to remove the post and suspend the author’s account has borne fruit In an open letter Posted by Norwegian journalist Epson Hansen. The letter – written to Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg – questions the impact of such modernization on the “democratic community”.
Decisions on Facebook
- Should auto-assistants who help law enforcers when posting contextual posts not try to break the rules to prevent insulting Facebook users?
- What value is placed on contextual moderation? Will it increase or decrease the shareholder’s obligations to shareholders?
- Does the context provide more service to users to be more responsive and helpful when it comes to first impressions?
Questions to ask and policy implications:
- Is this the detriment of the security of this negative journalist who is willing to be vigilant on Facebook when it comes to removing suspicious content?
- Is it more important to serve private users than many governments that ask for less?
- Do seemingly inaccurate or inconsistent responses to controversial content increase the risk of government intervention?
Quality Despite a letter from a prominent Norwegian journalist, Facebook refused to return the photo. Instead, he offered a boiler to protest the “naked penis.” If he claims to have “subsidized” for educational, humorous, and emotional purposes. Utu’s photo did not make it clear. Before re-posting on Facebook, Afneston, Egeland, and / or Hansen asked to “pixel” the famous photo. This was the response from Aftenposton Hegeland.
Unfortunately, Facebook did not see Hansen’s improvement as a joke. The deletion of Facebook’s core – and the suspension of author Tom Egeland – continues. While public humiliation has had some effect on the efforts of social media companies, Facebook’s stance on nudity – especially the nakedness of minors – has prevented it from turning back in the face of negative publicity.
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