artnet News | Amah-Rose Abrams:
The editor-in-chief of Norway’s biggest newspaper has called out Mark Zuckerberg over censorship of a historic war image in a front-page open letter to the Facebook boss.
Espen Egil Hansen, editor-in-chief of the Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten, took to his own front page in desperation after one of his contributors, Tom Egeland, tried to post to Facebook an article on the The Terror of War featuring “seven photographs that changed the history of warfare.” The post included one of the world’s most iconic war photographs—the 1972 picture of a naked Vietnamese child fleeing from the napalm bombs, which Facebook wanted removed… Read more
Image: Today’s Aftenposten. Photo Hili Perlson