Mark Zuckerberg came under fire from a Norwegian newspaper for deleting a Facebook posted article of the Seven Photographs That Changed the History of Warfare.

The article contained that iconic photo The Napalm Girl (the 9 year old naked girl) running away to save her life during the Vietnam war.

To the Facebook censorship algorithm, it was child pornography because a naked child running away from American bombs is totally pornography while random Facebook pages are loaded with naked bimbos from all over because that’s Pop, not porn.

The Afternposten story was removed and the account suspended.

The editor of the newspaper received nothing by way of response save for the automated Rules Policy of Facebook specifically banning tits and vagina and bare-ass cheeks just to be safe.

Editor-in-Chief Espen Egil Hansen penned an open letter on the front page of his newspaper to Zuckerberg high in his tower of squeamish thoughts about nipples:

“I am upset, disappointed – well, in fact even afraid – of what you are about to do to a mainstay of our democratic society. I am worried that the world’s most important medium is limiting freedom instead of trying to extend it, and that this occasionally happens in an authoritarian way.”

Zuckerberg ordered the account and article and photo reinstated.

Facebook issued a vague apology stating that their entirely mechanized censorship program needs some fine tuning before it can be as arbitrary and cold as the three thousand Moroccans previously employed at eleven cents an hour to review the appearance of possible titty in photos.

Yeah… Facebook continues to fall back on their rote response that they are a tech company and not a media company… Although, it’s unclear who might believe that shit given they are the world’s largest media company.

Seriously, this whole Facebook mess is the false front of neutrality, objectivity, and the travesty of historical events. #Dislike