Backlash hits Zuckerberg and Facebook for deciding to censor a Vietnam War image

Facebook decided that a Pulitzer Prize winning photo taken during the Vietnam War should be censored, comparing the war image to "child pornography." The have since changed their mind.

In 1972, AP photographer Nick Ut took a photo during the gruesome Vietnam War. The iconic photo depicts the atrocities of war as a nine-year-old girl runs naked in the street during a napalm attack. The image was recently used on Facebook by a Norwegian author, but the social media site decided to take it down, claiming that it violated their nudity policy. An outcry against the censorship has moved Zuck and Facebook to change their mind and allow the photo on their site. Read below for more reaction to the story and the media's coverage of the war in general, from past and present.